Kyra Alexandra Tabak and Bradley Matthew End both of Columbus, were married Oct. 14 at St. John Greek Orthodox Church. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Thomas Constantine. A reception followed at Mr. Anthony’s Banquet Center.
Edward A. Tabak Jr. of New Waterford and Cheryl Sirigas Tabak of New Middletown are the parents of the bride. The parents of the groom are James Jr. and Cindy End of Plum, Pa.
The couple traveled by train to New Smyrna Beach, Fla., for their wedding trip. They reside in Columbus.
The bride earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a doctor of physical therapy at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a pediatric physical therapist for Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus.
Mr. End graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with bachelor’s degrees in neuroscience and history and philosophy of science. He is a third-year emergency medicine resident at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus.
The bride wore an ivory ball-gown with lace appliques, an illusion neckline, lace button back and a chapel train.
Her honor attendant was Holly Koehler, and bridesmaids were Marion Alberty; Alex Kratsas, the bride’s cousin; Jessica Delvaux; and Kim Wisbith. The attendants wore steel-blue colored dresses. Eve Kratsas, godmother of the bride, served as koumbara.
Brian Rieveley was best man. Groomsmen were Matt Harmon and Kevin, Gregory and Zachary End, brothers of the groom.