Savron — Cammilletti
NORTH CANTON – Our Lady of Perpetual Help at Walsh University in North Canton was the setting for the June 21 wedding uniting Jamie Savron and Carlo Cammilletti in marriage. The ceremony was celebrated by Monsignor Lewis Gaetano.
The bride was escorted to the alter and given in marriage by her father, John Savron of Strongsville. The bride also was given in marriage by her mother, Mary Savron of Brunswick, who was escorted by the bride’s brothers, John and Jeffrey Savron.
The groom is the son of Antonio and Joyce Cammilletti of Wintersville.
Lindsey Pavelka served as the matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Cheryl Snell, Melanie Froemke, Nancy Hasman, Melissa Davis and Christine Shonholz.
Michael Pawelczyk was the best man. Groomsmen included Steven Livingston, Gabriel D’Ortenzio, Luca D’Ortenzio, Michael Fatula, Ryan Dukich, Tommy Pizzino, Zak Davis, Michael Difabbio, Patrick Svihlik, Benjamin Pflum, Nicholas and Nathaniel Tost, Caesen Sutton and Dylan Hill-Savron.
Marrisa Savron was the flower girl. Brennan Sutton and David Pawelczyk were the ring bearers.
After a reception at Hoover Hall, the newlyweds honeymooned in Cozumel, Mexico.
The bride is a graduate of Brunswick High School, Baldwin-Wallace College and the University of Akron. She is employed as a public health specialist for Summit County.
The groom is a graduate of Catholic Central High School and Walsh University. He is employed as a senior accountant for an insurance company in Fairlawn.
They are residing in Stow.