Hayley Jean Campana and Mark Thomas Valentino were united in marriage during a ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at Stambaugh Auditorium's Anne Kilcawley Christman Memorial Hall in Youngstown by the Rev. John Pratt.
She is the daughter of Robert and Carmen Campana of Southington. He is the son of Thomas and Susan Valentino of Salem.
The bride wore an ivory Casablanca bridal gown of perfecting satin, ruched stretch satin accented on the front and back with Swarovski crystals and pearl beaded appliques accompanied by an ivory satin flower for the hair. She carried a bouquet of ivory roses accented with pearls, greenery and eggplant ribbon.
Brittney Walczak, the bride's sister, was the matron of honor.
Jacob Valentino, the bridegroom's brother, served as best man.
Completing the wedding party were Laura Campana, the bride's sister-in-law, and Terry Clutter, Danielle Carlier and Jennifer Zador. Dave Wyemura, Matthew Ross, Jeff Berger and Joe Herrod, served as groomsmen.
A reception was held at the Davis Center at Fellow Riverside Gardens at Mill Creek Park. Music was provided by Millennium Sound. Catering was provided by Aulizio's Banquet Center.
The couple honeymooned a week in Costa Rica.
The bride is a graduate of Southington-Chalker High School and graduated magna cum laude from Kent State University with a bachelor's of science in exercise physiology and a bachelor's of science in nursing. She is employed as a registered nurse for the Cleveland Clinic's Moll Cancer Center.
Mr. Valentino is a graduate of West Branch High School and Ashland University with a bachelor's of science in middle childhood education and a master's of arts in education administration from Baldwin Wallace College. He is employed as a language arts educator at A I Root Junior High School in Medina.
They reside in Medina.