Published: Sunday, November 18, 2007
YOUNGSTOWN Monsignor David Rhodes officiated at 2 p.m. Sept. 15 at St. Christine Church as nuptial vows were exchanged by Jessica Michelle Gresh and David James Zavarello, both of Brunswick.
The couple accepted congratulations during a reception at Leo's Ristoranté in Howland before leaving on a wedding trip to the Florida Keys. They live on Clearwater Drive in Brunswick.
Parents of the bride are Norb and Mary Gresh, Brandomyne Avenue, Austintown, and the groom's parents are Dave and Tina Zavarello, North Warwick Drive, Austintown.
Swarovski crystals and pearls accented the bride's strapless diamond-white gown of summer satin, and a train flowed from the corset tie back.
Calypso blue gowns were worn by the honor attendants, Nicole Capperes and Katie Mang, and the bridesmaids, Kimberly Bryson, Katrina Porter and Becky Battista. Junior bridesmaids were Lauren Battista and Mia Battista.
Dan Schnurrenberger was best man, and groomsmen were Bradford Gresh, Keith Knuppel, Scott Bryson, Mitch Capperes and Joe Battista. Ring bearer was Joey Battista.
The bride, an English teacher at Midpark High School in Middleburg, graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor's degree in education. The groom earned a bachelor's degree in business administration at Youngstown State University and is a financial analyst II with University Hospitals, Cleveland.