Mascio — Romano
PITTSBURGH – The Chapel of the Holy Spirit at Duquesne University was the setting for the Oct. 18 wedding uniting Karen Lynn Mascio and John Anthony Romano in marriage. The 1 p.m. ceremony was celebrated by Monsignor Gerald Calovini.
Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride chose an ivory gown with a draped crisscross bodice adorned with crystal beading and a chapel-length train. She carried a bouquet of mini orange calla lilies, dark red gerbera daisies, yellow sunflowers, orange pincushion protea, hypericum berries and seeded eucalyptus tied with satin ribbon.
Cheryl Mascio of Steubenville, Jeanmarie McLaughlin of Camp Hill, Pa., and Christina Woltjen of New Kensington, Pa., served as the bride’s attendants.
Joseph Romano of Tarentum, Pa., Jeff Chelpanoff of Gibsonia, Pa., and Brian Ceponis of Valencia, Calif., served as the groomsmen.
The bride is the daughter of John and Virginia Mascio of Steubenville. She is a graduate of Catholic Central High School, Duquesne University School of Business Administration and Duquesne University School of Law. She is employed as an attorney at Johnson, Duffie, Stewart & Weidner in Lemoyne, Pa.
The groom is the son of Maureen Romano of Gibsonia, Pa., and the late Louis Romano. He is a graduate of Deer Lakes High School and Robert Morris University. He is employed as the right of way administrator for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission in Harrisburg, Pa.
Following a reception at the Chadwick in Wexford, Pa., the newlyweds took a honeymoon trip to the Bahamas. The couple live in Harrisburg.