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McKenzie Apinis becomes bride of Jeffrey Toker

September 18, 2011
Salem News

McKenzie Apinis and Jeffrey Toker were united in marriage on June 11 at the Presbyterian Church in Columbiana. Minister Scott Parker officiated at the couple's 4 p.m. ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Steve Hughes on the guitar.

The bride is the daughter of Maureen Nesselrotte of Columbiana and Charles and Tammy Nesselrotte of Hanoverton.

The bridegroom's parents are John and Linda Haller of Columbiana and Paul Toker of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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The bride was escorted by Caine Apinis and given in marriage by her son. She was attired in a white A-line satin gown with a criss-cross pleated top, and dropped waist with pearl and crystal embellishments. She carried a bouquet of hot pink gerber daisies with babies breath and greenery.

The maid of honor was Jessica Toker of Columbiana, the bridegroom's sister.

Nathan Nesselrotte of Columbiana, the bride's brother, performed the duties of best man.

Approximately 150 guests attended the reception at the Salem Hills Golf and Country Club.

Following their honeymoon to an undisclosed destination, the couple resides in New Waterford.

The bride is employed at O'Charley's in Boardman.

The bridegroom graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's of arts degree. He is employed at Federal Express in North Jackson.

 
 

 

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