KRISTEN BALOGERIC STUHLMANN
NEW BEDFORD, Pa. -- Kristen Balog and Eric Stuhlmann, both of 42 Gertrude Ave., Boardman, were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Oct. 7 at New Bedford Presbyterian Church.
The Rev. Doug Runyan officiated at the wedding, and the couple were honored later that day at a reception held at the D.D. and Velma Davis Center in Fellows Riverside Gardens, Mill Creek Park, Youngstown.
After a honeymoon in the Great Smoky Mountains and at Helen, Ga., they live in Boardman.
John and Brenda Balog, 111-3 Talsman Drive, Canfield, are parents of the bride, and the groom is a son of Judy Stuhlmann, 138 Beech Way, Pulaski, Pa., and the late Fred Stuhlmann.
Kerri Balog of Canfield, the bride's sister and honor attendant, wore a champagne-colored gown accented by midnight blue, as did the bridesmaids, Jennifer Ciafre of Latrobe, Pa., the groom's cousin, and Christy Cunningham of Pulaski, his sister. Flower girls were Helen Neff of Canfield and the groom's niece, Martina Ciafre of Latrobe.
Kevin Guthrie of Struthers was best man, and groomsmen were James Brammer of Struthers and the groom's brother-in-law, Paul Cunningham of Pulaski.
The bride is a senior editor with MultiMedia Farms, LLC, in Canfield. She graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in telecommunications.
The groom, the editor/rental manager with MultiMedia Farms, earned a bachelor's degree in communications from Clarion State University.