BOARDMAN - Billie Jo Headland became the bride of Michael Alan Ostheimer at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 25, 2008, in a ceremony performed by Minister Jan Yandell, Cleveland, at the St. James Meeting House Chapel in Boardman Park.
The bride is the daughter of Willard and Marilyn Headland, Salem.
The groom is the son of Alvin and Sharon Ostheimer, Sandusky.
Billie Jo Headland weds Michael A. Ostheimer
Music was provided by Janet Donoldson, North Benton, organist; Gusti Krauss, vocalist, and Donald Reams, violinist, both of Cleveland.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a white, chapel-length gown with a red accent and back-laced corset. A shoulder-length veil was trimmed with red satin and beaded rose embroidery. She carried a bouquet of red gala lilies encircled by white and red roses.
Donna Hervey, Twinsburg, served as matron of honor while Susan Larson, Clearwater, Mich, served as maid of honor. Attendant was Amanda Ostheimer, Sandusky, niece of the groom. Flower girl was Claire Headland, Salem, niece of the bride.
Mike Colvin, Sandusky, served as best man. Groomsmen were Dave Ostheimer, Sandusky, brother of the groom; and Tom Offenbecher, Seattle, Wash. Ringbearer was Zack Ostheimer, Powell, cousin of the groom.
Ashley Ostheimer and Rod Headland served at the guest book and greeter.
Approximately 180 guests attended a reception at the Salem Saxon Club.
The bride is a graduate of West Branch High School and the Pennsylvania Institute of Culinary Arts. She currently works as a chef.
The groom, is a graduate of Sandusky High School, and works as an assembler of large food manufacturing equipment.
A honeymoon to a Mohican cabin and motorcycle trip is planned for the fall.
The couple resides in Sandusky.