A 4:30 p.m. wedding ceremony on Feb. 22 united Cynthia Holley and Donald Crane at First Church of God. A reception for the couple, both of Columbiana, followed at Roby Lee’s.
The bride is the daughter of Vickie Holley and Mark Holley, both of Howland. The groom is the son of Sandy Schrecenghaust of Newton Falls and Don Crane of Negley.
The couple have planned a wedding trip to St. Martin in June. They are living in Columbiana.
The bride wore a silver open back dress with a high neckline and cap sleeves embellished with elaborate beading.
Attending the bride was her daughter, Carlie Boyd, serving as maid of honor. The flower girl was Alannah Holley, the bride’s niece. The attendants wore gold dresses.
Serving as best man was the groom’s son, Dillon Crane. Ushers were Chris Crane, the groom’s brother, and Rocky DiGennaro.
Mrs. Crane graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a degree in expanded function dental auxiliary. She is employed as an expanded function dental auxiliary for Dr. Roger Clouse and Dr. Bart James in Vienna.
Mr. Crane graduated from the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics with an associate degree in aeronautical engineering. He is employed as senior manager of the Indiana Ohio Kentucky Council of Carpenters, Cleveland.
The groom also is president of the Western Reserve Building Trades Council in Youngstown and is president of Millwright and Pile Driver Local 1090 for the State of Ohio.