XYOUNGSTOWN -- Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church was the setting at 3 p.m. Oct. 18 for the wedding of Christina Marie Culver of Girard and Jack Anthony Ferreri Jr. of Austintown, who exchanged vows before Monsignor Michael Cariglio.
The daughter of Donald and Linda Culver of Liberty Township and the son of Jack Sr. and Josa Ferreri of Austintown were honored during a reception at Leo's Ristorante and Banquet Center in Howland. They honeymooned in Hawaii and live in Girard.
Mrs. Ferreri graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in education. She is an elementary and technology-resource teacher in Warren City Schools.
A YSU graduate with a bachelor's in industrial systems engineering, Mr. Ferreri is a quality engineer at Delphi Packard Electric Systems, Warren.
Embroidery and beads highlighted the bride's silk organza gown.
Samantha Miller and Andrea Culver, the bride's sister-in-law, were honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Maribeth Longberry, Shana Cargill, Dana Michael, Jenna Boazzo and the groom's sister, Angela Quear. They wore red dresses. Flower girls were Arianna Toth, her cousin, and Francesca Cook, his cousin.
Best man was John Moore. Groomsmen were Donald Culver, the bride's brother; Paul Polito, the groom's cousin; Brad Quear, his brother-in-law; and Philip Longberry, Doug Jones and Robert Colapietro. Ring bearers were the his nephew, Zachary Quear, and cousin, Vincent Cook.

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