CANFIELD -- Megan Marie Nadasky, a daughter of James and Marsha Nadasky, 10100 Berlin Station Road, and Ronald Stevens II, a son of Ronald Stevens of New Middletown and Debra Roberts of Columbiana, were married Sept. 16 in the garden at the home of the bride's parents.
The Rev. Larry Klinker officiated at the 1:30 p.m. ceremony, and a reception was held afterward at Antone's Banquet Centre, Boardman.
After a wedding trip to Kalispell, Mont., and Glacier National Park, the couple live at 10172 Berlin Station Road.
The bride's strapless A-line gown of ivory chiffon was embellished with beading.
Black gowns were worn by the honor attendants, Nicole Nadasky, the bride's sister, and Andrea Weaver, and the bridesmaids, Laura Brown, cousin of the bride, and Heather Miller. Flower girl was Maddie Richmond.
The duties of best man were performed by the groom's brother, Tad Balio, and groomsmen were Josh MacMillan, Dieter Chance and the bride's cousin, Tim Petrey. Ring bearer was Alec Ricketts, cousin of the groom, and ushers were Daniel West and Rodney Knight, also his cousins.
Mrs. Stevens graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in photography. She is vice president of Youngstown Cycle Supply Inc., Boardman.
Mr. Stevens, who is also known as Dean, earned a bachelor's degree in sculpture at YSU and is a foreman with American Beauty Landscaping, Boardman.

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