Mary Rottenborn and Jeff Kozlowski were united in marriage on July 10 at St. Paul Church in Salem. Father Tom Eisweirth, pastor of St. Paul Catholic Church, officiated during the couple's double-ring ceremony at 4 p.m. in the bride's church.
The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joe Rottenborn of Salem. The bridegroom is the son of Mary Jane and the late John Kozlowski of Parma.
The bride was escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents. She appeared in a full-length ivory gown with a beaded bodice and off-the-shoulder straps. Beading and pearls highlighted the full satin skirt and cathedral-length train, as well as the illusion veil. The bride carried a classic hand-held bouquet of blue hydrangeas and ivory roses.
Laurie Howley of Canfield was the matron of honor. Madeline Harper of Independence, the bridegroom's niece, was a junior bridesmaid.
The attendants were attired in floor-length periwinkle gowns with white bodices and carried similar bouquets of blue hydrangeas.
Ed DeLaet of Cincinnati, served as the best man.
Ushers included Bo Rottenborn of San Diego, the bride's brother; Keith Mancuso of Homer City, Pa., the bride's cousin; and Tony Mancuso of State College, Pa., also the bride's cousin.
Approximately 175 guests from 11 states attended a reception in the Davis Center at Fellows Riverside Gardens of Mill Creek Park.
The bride, a graduate of Salem High School, graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a bachelor's of arts degree. She also earned a master's of science in education at Youngstown State and teaches third grade at Hilltop Elementary in Canfield.
The bridegroom is a graduate of Trinity High School in Garfield Heights and earned a bachelor's of science degree in finance from Miami University. He works as an analyst for Key Bank in Cleveland.
Following a honeymoon in Aruba, the couple is residing at 1221 E. Ninth St., Salem.