New Castle News

Weddings

March 16, 2012

Christina M. Sansone and Scott R. McCaskey

NEW CASTLE — Christina M. Sansone and Scott R. McCaskey were married at noon Oct. 29, 2011, in St. Camillus Church by the Rev. Tom Lewandowski.

Parents of the bride are Randall and Patricia Sansone of 142 Neshannock Trails Drive.

Parents of the groom are Douglas and Lisa McCaskey of 10 Victoria Drive.

The bride wore an ivory Eve of Milady A-line dress with a sweetheart neckline and dropped waistline. Crystals and beading covered the upper bodice of the gown and there was a full train and veil.

Her bouquet contained 24 open ivory roses.

Vocalists were Mary Ann Mangini, Neal Edman and Luanne Goodrich, who also provided accompaniment.

Maid of honor was Marissa DeMase of New Castle.

Matron of honor was Kimberly Saculla of Struthers.

Bridesmaids were Anna Kardambikis of New Castle, Nicole Parish of Slippery Rock, Samantha Bruening of New Castle, Brittany Donegan of Pittsburgh, Kylee Fiorante of Naples, Fla., Carly Graham of Ligonier, Pa. and Donatina Villani of Pittsburgh.

Serving as best men were Todd McCaskey, the groom’s brother, of Seven Fields, Pa. and Jon McCaskey, the groom’s brother, of Lakewood, Ohio.

Groomsmen were Nicholas Sansone, the bride’s brother, of New Castle, Constantine Mitsos of New Castle, Brian Chrobak of New Castle, Robert Preston of New Castle, Joseph Patrick of Twinsburg, Ohio, John Moses of New Castle and Joshua Bakuhn of New Castle.

The reception was at The New Englander Banquet Center.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Aruba.

The bride is a graduate of Neshannock High School and Westminster College, where she majored in marketing and communications. She is office manager at Precision Metal Products Co. and cheerleading coach at Neshannock High School.

The groom is a graduate of Neshannock High School and Slippery Rock University, where he received a degree in elementary and special education. He received his master’s degree in educational administration from Duquesne University and is a doctoral candidate at the University of Arkansas.

He is a learning support teach at Mohawk High School.

The newlyweds make their home at 246 Orchard Park Drive.

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