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Love Develops on the Salem Campus

Love and Radiology

This is the image of a perfect love story: two students studying radiologic technology meet at Kent State University; start dating; fall in love; and get married.

That’s exactly what happed for Sam Vuletich and Kelly Crone.

The two exchanged marriage vows Oct. 25 at Breittenbach Wineries in Dover, before a gathering of family and friends – many of whom have strong connections to the Kent State Salem Campus.

Kelly is originally from Dover and graduated in 2011 from the radiologic technology program and in 2013 from the MRI program.

Sam also graduated in 2011 from the radiologic technology program, then from the CT program in 2012 and the MRI program in 2013. He is from Berlin Center.

Joe Petcovic, who graduated from the radiologic technology program in 2012 and from the CT program in 2013, served as a groomsman. He currently is the clinical coordinator for the CT program on the Salem Campus.

Bridesmaids included Sarah Jacobs, who graduated from the CT program in 2012, and Meghan Skiba, a current nursing student on the Salem Campus and front desk receptionist.

Attending the wedding were Marissa Bucher, a 2014 graduate of the CT program; Jan Gibson, senior program director for the radiology programs and Kent Salem; and Margie Iagulli, radiologic technology faculty.

Sam and Kelly now live in Canton. He works in CT at Alliance Hospital and Kelly works in MRI at Mercy Medical Center.

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Photo: Celebrating the union of Sam and Kelly Vuletich were (from left) Jan Gibson, Marissa Bucher, Joe Petcovic, Sam and Kelly, Sarah Jacobs, Meghan Skiba and Margie Iagulli.

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Media Contact:
Tina Smith, 330-337-4247, tsmit170@kent.edu

POSTED: Friday, October 31, 2014 - 10:20am
UPDATED: Monday, January 12, 2015 - 10:06am