MARSHALLVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Guests sat in booths, not church
pews, for a wedding at an Ohio diner where the bride and groom
often go for breakfast.
Tim Shoenfelt proposed to Hallie Richwine in March in the
parking lot of Deb's Heavenly Hash Diner in Marshallville, 40 miles
south of Cleveland. They returned Saturday to exchange vows there.
The new wife tells The Daily Record of Wooster (WU'-stur) the
diner seemed like the perfect wedding spot because it's one of
their favorite places.
She met her husband 12 years ago at the University of Akron.
They left the area for jobs in other states but eventually returned
to northeast Ohio and reconnected in 2008.
The diner closed early for the ceremony. Owner Debbie Grayson
took breakfast orders from the guests.
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