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Sheri Hink, Bradley Wagner PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 18 December 2013 20:13

Sheri Hink and Bradley Wagner, both of Imperial, ended their long courtship when they were united in marriage at 4:00 p.m. on Jan. 26, 2013, at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Imperial.

Rev. David Kahle officiated the ceremony and Vicar David McCarthy served as crucifer/lector.

The bride, escorted to the altar by her mother, wore a simple satin gown and carried a bouquet of red roses and sunflowers.

Parents of the bride are Elaine Hink of Imperial and the late Leo Hink. Parents of the bridegroom are Larry Wagner of Lincoln and the late Lana Wagner.

Matron of Honor was Teri Alley-Davis of Lincoln, friend of the bride. The flower girls were Jenan Al-Hakemi Wagner, sister of the groom, Scarlett Coleman and Brynn Nickolaus, step nieces of the groom, all of Lincoln.

Marissa Wagner of Lincoln, daughter of the groom, served as the groom’s Honor Attendant. Ring bearers were Ty Wagner, grandson of the couple, and Leo Hink-Wagner, son of the couple, both of Imperial. Trevor Fuehrer of Imperial, nephew of the bride, served as the ring bearers’ attendant.

Musical selections were performed by Makayla DaMoude of Imperial, niece of the bride, trumpeter, and Joel Grosbach served as the ceremony’s organist.

Joel DaMoude of Imperial, nephew of the bride, was the candlelighter.

Ushering the guests were Russ DaMoude of Imperial, brother-in-law of the bride, and Ben Coleman of Lincoln, step brother-in-law of the groom.

Krista Fuehrer of Denver, Colo., niece of the bride, welcomed guests at the guest book table.

Lost loved ones were honored and remembered at the table, the bride’s late father and the groom’s late mother with photographs and white roses. The couple’s departed loved ones, including grandparents and the bride’s uncle, were remembered by a candle which burnt brightly in their memories.

A reception and dance followed at the Imperial Eagles Club. Sisters of the bride, Lisa Fuehrer of Denver and Davon DaMoude of Imperial, were cake servers at the reception.

The bride, a 1995 graduate of Chase County High School, received her Bachelor of Science degree in sociology from the University of Nebraska in Kearney in 1999 and her Masters of Science in sociology with emphasis in community and economic development from Illinois State University in 2009. She is the managing editor of the Wauneta Breeze.

The bridegroom attended Lincoln High School in Lincoln, Neb., and received a journeyman certificate in HVAC installation and worked in various areas of the construction field throughout his career including management of his own company. He works as a service technician at Regier Equipment in Madrid.

Sheri and Bradley Hink-Wagner and their two children make their home in Imperial.

Candice Kennedy, Jason Wilson PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 December 2013 20:59

Candice Leigh Kennedy, daughter of Dan and Teresa Kennedy of Purdum, Neb., and Jason Lee Wilson, son of Gorgenne Dailey of Enid, Okla., were married on Nov. 2, 2013.

The ceremony was held at The Inn in San Antonio, Texas, with Rev. Jason O’Dell officiating,

Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Jessica Castro of Vacaville, Calif., as maid of honor. The best man was Steven Driskill of Dallas, Texas.

The bride and groom were joined by their family: Brooklyn Wilson, daughter of the groom; Brayton and Preston Moschenross, sons of the bride, of San Antonio, Texas; Dan and Teresa Kennedy of Purdum; Casey and Christy Tucker of Portland, Tenn.; Kelly, Kat, Kyra and Dixie Kennedy of Purdum and Michael and Cecilia Shenberger of Houston, Texas.

The bride currently serves in the United States Air Force as a Registered Nurse. Mr. Wilson is employed as an assistant store manager for Sprint.

The couple and their children will be residing in San Antonio until after the first of the year when they will be moving to Anchorage, Ala.

Michael Scott, Tabithia Christner PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 October 2013 20:19

Tabithia Kaye Christner and Michael John Scott were united in marriage Saturday, April 13, 2013, at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Brookings, S.D. Father Andrew Dickinson officiated at the ceremony.

Parents of the couple are Wayne and Noreen Christner of Hamlet, Neb., Dean and Jane Youngkrantz of Lake Lillian, Minn., and John Scott of Pennock, Minn.

The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore an ivory satin and organza gown by Mori Lee and carried a bouquet of alstroemeria, calla lilies, and carnations.

Krystle Friesen of Wallace, Neb., sister of the bride, served as the matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Keri Bensheimer of Elsie, Neb., Angela Brown of Brookings, S.D., Mallory Knippling of Gann Valley, S.D., and Cynthia Holmquest of Sioux Falls, S.D., friends of the bride and groom.

The bride’s personal attendants were Shasta Christner of Tecumseh, Neb., and Sheyla Christner of Wauneta, sisters of the bride.

Jeremy Scott of Brookings, S.D., brother of the groom, served as the best man. The groomsmen were Darin Sinner of Brookings, Nicholas Smith of Dawson, Minn., and Jonathan Stahl and Mike Gilberts of Willmar, Minn., friends of the groom.

Curt Roland, Brian Franklin, and Mike Hanson of Brookings, friends of the groom, ushered the guests.

Friends and family joined the couple for dinner and dancing at the Swiftel Center in Brookings. The host couple was Kyle and Jaime Schlomann of Lake Lillian, Minn., sister and brother-in-law of the groom.

The bride is a 2003 graduate of Wauneta-Palisade High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in agroecology from the University of Wyoming and a master’s degree in animal and range sciences from South Dakota State University. She is a soil conservationist for the United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA NRCS) and a firefighter for the Brookings Fire Department.

The groom is a 2000 graduate of BOLD High School in Olivia, Minn. He completed the diesel mechanics program at Alexandria Technical College and the South Dakota Law Enforcement Training Academy. He is a patrol officer with the City of Brookings, an EMT for Brookings Ambulance, a mechanic for DeBeer Small Engine Repair, and a firefighter for the Brookings Fire Department.

The couple resides in Brookings and took a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., in September to celebrate.


Ashley Kitt, David Spahn PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 February 2013 22:12

Ashley Pearl Kitt and David Lee Spahn were united in marriage Saturday, May 5, 2012, in the courtyard of the Stone Creek Event Center in McCool Junction, Neb. Pastor Paul Blanchard of the Central City United Methodist Church officiated the ceremony.

Parents of the couple are Keenan and Tina Kitt of Wauneta and Tom and Vicki Spahn of Brule and Becky Spahn of Casper, Wyo. Grandparents of the couple are Joan Kitt of Wauneta, Sandra Brunkhorst of Trenton, Jim and Terri Stovern of Wolf Point, Mont., and Euverda Plucknett of Casper, Wyo.

The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore an ivory, hand-stitched Chantilly lace gown by Enzoani. She carried a bouquet of ivory antique roses.

Nephews of the groom, Kashtyn Fosher, Carter Colgate and Braden Colgate, preceded the bride down the aisle with “words of encouragement” for the groom.

Cousin of the bride, Mandi Kramer, served the bride as matron of honor. Bridesmaids included cousins of the bride, Cassie Kohl and Maddie Henning, and friends of the bride, Loni Watson, Andrea Carder and Lindsey Oldaker. Jamie Johnson, friend of the bride, served as the bride’s personal attendant.

Tyler Bartlett, friend of the groom, served the groom as best man. Groomsmen included the groom’s brother, Aaron Goold, the bride’s brothers, Kyle Kitt and John Kitt, and friends of the groom, Wade Betschart and Chase Johnson.

Mykael Pirner, cousin of the bride, greeted guests and served as the guest book attendant. Tom and Candy Henning, uncle and aunt of the bride, Fred and Deb Gleason, friends of the groom, and Evan and Cindy Wecker, friends of the groom, served as host couples for the evening. Friends and family joined the couple for drinks, dinner and dancing to the sounds of the Mighty Nish Band at the Stone Creek Event Center reception hall which was decorated in peacock-inspired hues of green, blue and purple floral arrangements by Shanan Pollmann of Wauneta.

Following the wedding the couple honeymooned in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.

The couple has recently relocated to western Nebraska and is currently in the process of making their home near Haigler. The groom is the manager of the Benkelman Gavilon Grain facility and the bride recently opened her own law office in Benkelman, the Law Office of Ashley K. Spahn.

Jonathan Klentz, Melisa Hunt PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 20:48

Melisa Kristine Hunt and Jonathan Scott Klentz were united in marriage in Wauneta on Sept. 15, 2012.

Parents of the couple are the Rev. Gary and Becky Hunt of Wauneta, Scott Klentz of Bentonville, Ark., and Mary Klentz of Lyndon, Kan.

Grandparents of the bride are Rev. Lavern and Zoe Hunt of Pueblo, Colo., and Richard and Ruth Graf of Grawn, Mich.

Grandparents of the groom are Larry and Evelyn Wilmoth of Gravette, Ark., Carl and Irene Klentz of Huntington, Ark., Nancy Bryant of Mitchell, S.D., and the late Kenneth Bryant.

Rev. Lavern Hunt, grandfather of the bride, officiated at the evening outdoor ceremony.

The bride was escorted by her father down an aisle bordered with tiki torches lit by the bride’s sisters, Krystal and Julie Hunt. The couple repeated their vows under an arbor that was made by the father of the bride.

The bride’s father surprised his daughter with a poem he had written for her as he gave her away.

Songs, sung by Andy Kline and Ruthy Mertzwiller during the ceremony, were “Butterfly Kisses” and “Never Alone.”

The couple surprised each other with songs, “He Gave Me You,” sung by the groom and “It Was God Who Brought You to Me,” written and sung by the bride.

Pianist for the ceremony was Becky Arnold, aunt of the groom.

Serving as maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Leanne Hunt. Bridesmaids were Krystal and Julie Hunt, sisters of the bride; Katie Newton and Ruthy Mertzwiller, cousins of the bride and Megan Kline, friend of the bride.

Serving as best man was the groom’s brother, Benjamin Klentz. Groomsmen were Lance Bryant and Travis Bryant, cousins of the groom and John Hunt, brother of the bride.

Flower girl was Eva Kline, friend of the couple and Biblebearer was Kolson Kline, cousin of the groom.

Ushers were Aaron Dorman and Titus Dorman, cousins of the bride.

The guest book attendant was Evangeline Klentz, sister of the groom.

Coordinator for the wedding was Elenor Graf, aunt of the bride. Videographers were Mark Graf, uncle of the bride and Aaron Dorman, cousin of the bride.

A reception followed the ceremony at the American Legion Hall. Host and hostess for the reception were Van and Pam Dorman, uncle and aunt of the bride. The emcee was Ron Arnold, uncle of the groom.

The three-tier wedding cake was made by the mother of the bride.

Head server was Johanna Klentz, sister of the groom and servers were Kayla Graf, Kristen Dorman and Judy Hunt, cousins of the bride, Evangeline Klenz, sister of the groom and Dawn Hebner, friend of the bride’s family.

The evening ended with a farewell to the couple by a sparkler archway.

The couple reside in Wauneta where the groom is employed at Harchelroad Motors and the bride is employed at Chase County Community Hospital.

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