Cynthia Gaul | Robert King III



Cynthia Ann Gaul of Salisbury, N.C., became the bride of Robert J. King III, also of Salisbury, during a ceremony at 2 p.m. July 14 at St. Rose Church.

Monsignor John A. Zuraw heard the exchange of vows for the daughter of Thomas and Angela Gaul of McDonald and the son of Daria D. King of Poland and the late Robert J. King Jr.

A reception at The Embassy in Struthers honored the newlyweds. They honeymooned in the Poconos and live in Salisbury.

The bride’s gown of white satin with detachable train was detailed with a sweetheart neckline and corset bodice with re-embroidered lace, pearls, beads and sequins, which were repeated on the skirt.

The bride’s sisters, Kristina Gaul and Francesca McGrath, were honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Lori King, the groom’s sister; Vicki Donkers, the groom’s stepsister; Antonia Infante, the bride’s cousin; and Kristen Baran, Marie Sias, Carol Chambers and Tessa Carroll. Flower girls were Lisa Nipper and Mariah Goist, the groom’s nieces. Attendants wore cobalt blue and fuchsia pink dresses.

Andrew Peter King, the groom’s brother, served as best man. Groomsmen were James McGrath, the bride’s brother-in-law; Scott Bonhoff, the groom’s brother-in-law; Josh Ivack, the groom’s cousin; Phillip Lipari, the bride’s cousin; and Adam Baran, Chris Sias, Jaron Chambers and Vince Carroll. Hunter Baran was ring bearer.

The couple are graduates of Youngstown State University and are employed by Rowan-Salisbury Schools in Salisbury. The bride earned a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education and the groom received a bachelor’s degree in middle school education. She is a kindergarten teacher, and he is an eighth-grade math/science teacher.