NEW WATERFORD - Jennifer Lynn Boeshart became the bride of John C. Thorne III, Nov. 14 in a ceremony performed at Our Lady of Lourdes, East Palestine.
The bride is the daughter of Francis and Dianna Boeshart, Newark.
The groom is the son of Elizabeth and Attorney John C. Thorne Jr., New Waterford.
Jennifer and John Thorne III
Father Dan Cipar performed the ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Cynthia Davis, Mount Vernon, special guest; Emily Eberth, organist and vocals; and Bill Ambert, cantor.
The bride was escorted by her father.
Amy Boeshart, Newark, served as maid of honor in a hunter green dress. In matching dresses were bridesmaids were Rachel Nichols, Conover; Courtney Wanat, Columbus; Malena Ogles, Atlanta, Ga.; and Kendal Ginetti, Poland. Flower girl was Miranda Nichols, Conover.
Mark Nichols, Conover, performed the duties of best man. Groomsmen were Christopher Krantz, Cincinnati; Tom Thorne, Tampa, Fl.; Jason Small, Columbus; and Paul Boeshart, Newark. The ring bearer was Aiden Davis, Poland.
A reception for 225 guests was held at The Links at Firestone in Columbiana .
The bride received a B.A. in criminal justice and psychology at the University of Dayton. She also earned a M.S. in criminal justice at the University of Cincinnati. She is employed as a federal agent with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
The groom received a B.S. in criminal justice and psychology at Youngstown State University and an M.S. in criminal justice at the University of Cincinnati. He is employed as a trooper with the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
After a honeymoon cruise to Western Caribbean the couple resides in Cincinnati.
A rehearsal dinner was held at Cafe Capri.