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Joel Moore, Crystal Florea PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 20 January 2011 16:16

Crystal Florea and Joel Moore were united in marriage on Sept. 18, 2010, at the Wild Basin Lodge in Allenspark, Colo.

Crystal is the daughter of Greg and Brenda Florea of Lincoln, Neb. She is the granddaughter of Max and Jenny Rowley of Imperial, Neb., and the late Walter and Melva Florea, formerly of Wauneta, Neb.

Crystal graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She is currently employed as a Store Manager for The Gap.

Joel is the son of George and Karol Moore of Davenport, Iowa. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Western Illinois University and owns JD Moore Building and Tile.

The couple honeymooned in Riviera Maya, Mexico, and reside in Littleton, Colo.

 
Courtney Arenz and Brent Criffield PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 02 December 2010 16:06

Courtney Beth Arenz and Brent Cory Criffield were united in marriage on Saturday, June 5, 2010, at The Frank House gazebo on the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus in Kearney, Neb. The Rev. Marshall Erickson officiated the outdoor ceremony.

Parents of the couple are Ed and Jo Arenz of Wauneta, Dick and Peggy Stacy of Kearney, and the late Bud Criffield.

Jacob Arenz, son of the bride, held the rings for the ceremony.

Other honored guests at the small ceremony were Jami Arenz, sister of the bride; Tim and Aliisa Criffield, brother and sister-in-law of the groom; Mark Stacy, brother of the groom; Kim Stacy, sister of the groom; Jay Bartels, friend of the couple; Teresa Erickson; and nieces and nephews of the couple, Kacie Arenz, Ansley Bartels, and Noah and Zachary Criffield.

Following the wedding ceremony, a dinner and small cake reception were held at The Alley Rose in Kearney.

The family resides in Kearney. Courtney is an Order Supervisor at School Mate, part of Morris Press, and Brent is a parts salesman at Sahling Kenworth, both in Kearney.

The couple is planning a reception to celebrate their marriage after the first of the year.

 
Jenny Hamilton and Bryan Gibbs PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 02 December 2010 16:01

Jenny Hamilton, formerly of Hayes Center, Neb., and Bryan Gibbs, formerly of Garden City, Kan., were united in marriage on July 10, 2010, at St. James Catholic Church in Kearney, Neb., with Father Joe Hannappel officiating.

Parents of the bride are James and Lesa Johnson of Hayes Center and Dave and Kerry Hamilton of Wauneta, Neb.Parents of the bridegroom are Steve and Terri Nutt of Garden City and Michael Gibbs of Haxtun, Colo. Grandparents of the bride are Bob and Alta Keating of Palisade, Neb., Bob and Clara Hamilton and Tom and Sharon Miller, both of Wauneta, and the late Earl and Ruth Johnson of Hayes Center. Grandparents of the bridegroom are Bob Eastin of Evans, Colo., and the late Jeannie Eastin, Howard and Helen Gibbs of Haxtun, Colo., and Wayne and Frieda Nutt of Dickens.

The maids of honor were sisters of the bride, Alisha Johnson of Trenton and Shelby Hamilton of Wauneta. The bridesmaids were friends of the couple, Melissa Baumbach of Kearney, Amy Frecks of Brewster, and Triniti Williams of Greeley, Colo. The flower girls were cousins of the bride, Mandy and Lilian Sandoval of Wauneta. The bride’s personal attendant was her sister-in-law-to-be, Holly Dack of Palisade.

The bride wore a taffeta A-line ball gown in a champagne color with the top made of beaded sequin and embroidered detail with a lace-up back and a cathedral train. The bridesmaids wore teal taffeta gowns with a draped bodice and a flared swing skirt.

The flower girls wore satin organza dresses with sequin embroidered flower detail that accompanied the elegance of the bride’s gown.

The best man was brother of the bridegroom Brandon Gibbs of Dodge City, Kan. The bridegroomsmen were brother-in-law-to-be of the bride Levi Lucero of Trenton, friend of the couple Todd Baumbach of Kearney, and brother of the bride Justin Hamilton of Palisade.

The ring bearers were nephew of the bride, Ashton Johnson of Trenton and nephew of the bridegroom, Treyden Eastin of Holcomb, Kan.

The ushers were brothers of the bride Blaine Johnson of Milford and Tristan Johnson of Hayes Center. The guestbook and program attendants were friends of the couple, Laura Gohl of Culbertson and Paula Blaylock of Lincoln. Scripture readers during the ceremony were grandparents of the bride Bob and Alta Keating of Palisade. The soloist for the lighting of the unity candle was friend of the couple Darci Boyer of Omaha.

After the ceremony, the newlyweds were escorted to Kearney’s Harmon Park where the couple was first engaged. Photographer and aunt of the bride, Teresa Maddux of Platteville, Colo., was along to capture this joyous occasion.

The reception was held at the beautiful Minden Opera House in Minden. The reception attendants were aunt of the bride Mary Nielsen of Merriman, cousins of the bride Tammi Ahrens of Ravenna and Crystal Staley of Kearney, aunt of the bride Evelyn McGregor of Elsie, and friend of the bride Jo Werkmeister of Maywood.

The three-tier cake and matching cupcakes were made by sister of the bride Alisha Johnson. Mints were made by aunt of the bride Evelyn McGregor.

The bride graduated from Hayes Center High School in 2005, and graduated from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in interior design. She is the project coordinator and interior decorator for Moore Construction, Inc. in Kearney.

The bridegroom graduated from Garden City High School in Kansas in 2005. Shortly after graduation, he hired onto the Union Pacific Railroad and is currently stationed out of Grand Island as a brakeman.

The couple has recently built a new home in Kearney’s Parkview Estates.

 
Amy Cox, Joseph Frecks PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 26 November 2010 19:41

Amy Cox of Hayes Center, Neb., and Joseph Frecks of Culbertson, Neb., were united in marriage on July 17, 2010, at Memorial United Methodist Church in McCook with the Rev. Lance Clay officiating.

Parents of the couple are Mick and Marlene Cox of Hayes Center and Mark and Nancy Frecks of Culbertson. Grandparents of the bride are Robert and Norma Karre and Darrel and Norma Cox, all of Hayes Center. Grandparents of the bridegroom are Nora Lewis of McCook, the late Robert J. Lewis, Pauline Frecks of Culbertson, and the late Alvere “Butch” Frecks.

The maids of honor were sisters of the bride, Molly and Sarah Cox of Hayes Center. The bridesmaids were sisters-in-law of the bride Camie, Ashli, and Amanda Cox, all of Hayes Center, niece of the bride, Colby Cox of Hayes Center, Ashley Greenhaw of Aurora, Colo., Alicia Klein of Hastings, Neb., and sister of the groom, Sarah Frecks of Omaha, Neb. The bride’s personal attendants were Kelsy Brown of North Platte, Neb., Hannah Brott of Hayes Center, and Jillian Andreasen of Hastings.

The best man was brother of the groom, Isaac Frecks of Alma, Neb. The bridegroomsmen were Todd Bauer of Culbertson, Dexter Lacey of Ogallala, Neb., Garrett Rippen of Denver, Colo., Andrew McDonald and Justin Huss, both of Culbertson, Bryce Cook and Brandt Hagan, both of Kearney, and Brett Brown of North Platte. The honorary bridegroomsmen were Mackenzie Hemje and Eddie Krajicek, both of Omaha, Blake Horstmann of Hastings, Jared Thomsen of Brainard, Neb., William Keesee of Hastings, Scott Fritz of Lincoln, Neb., Jeff Klug of Waverly, Neb., and Jordan Conner of Hastings.

The flower girls were nieces of the bride, Cali, Peyton, Kesli, Mesa, and Harli Cox, and Grace Colgan. The ring bearers were nephews of the bride, Kyler and Braydon Cox.

The ushers were brothers of the bride, Matthew, Toby, and Jason Cox, all of Hayes Center, cousin of the bride, Nicholas Cox of North Platte, Nathan Brott of Hayes Center, and Lane Broz of Kearney.

The candlelighter was cousin of the bride, Alicea Cox of Hays, Kan.

The guest book and program attendants and honorary bridesmaids were Aimee Hazlitt of McCook, Jenny Gibbs of Kearney, Mary Gohl of Cozad, Neb., and Dove Messersmith of Ogallala.

The soloist was Kayla Laird of Bloomington, Ill.

A reception took place at the Republican River Valley Event Center in McCook. The cake servers were Kayla Wilson of McCook, and Kayla Bauer of Culbertson.

The bride graduated from Hayes Center High School in 2005, and graduated from Hastings College in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She is attending the University of Nebraska at Kearney as a student in elementary education.

The bridegroom graduated from Hayes Center High School in 2006 and graduated from Hastings College in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He works at Sandhills High School in Dunning, Neb., as a K-12 physical education teacher.

The couple honeymooned in Jamaica and resides in Brewster, Neb.

 
Krajewski, Svoboda PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 October 2010 15:17

Stephanie Lyn Krajewski and Michael Donald Svoboda were united in marriage on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010, at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Ogallala, Neb., with the Rev. Bryan Ernest officiating.

Parents of the couple are Steve and Lisa Krajewski and Mike and Angela Svoboda, all of Ogallala.

Honored guests were the couple’s grandparents, Twilla Denker of Wauneta, Laurie Svoboda of Grant, Robert and Betty Jo McNeece of El Centro, Calif., and the bride’s great grandmother, Virginia Gauger of Wauneta.

Maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Alexa Krajewski. Bridesmaids were Joanna Thomas, Amy Barry, Michelle Watson, Jessica Svoboda and Corie Svoboda.

Best man was the groom’s brother, Cody Svoboda. Groomsmen were Ross Jones, Bo Feltz, Dean Krajewski, Wil Adams and Dusty Flansburg.

Flower girls were Jenna Curtis and Grace Oberg. Ring bearers were Jayden Curtis and Harrison Oberg. Ushers were Jarrod Curtis, Jason Curtis, Blake Holscher and Josh Worley.

Following the wedding ceremony, a reception dinner and dance were held at the Keith County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall in Ogallala.

The couple resides in Kearney. Stephanie is a claims specialist with Progressive Insurance and Michael is the owner of MD Construction, LLC specializing in custom built homes.

The couple is planning a honeymoon to the Dominica Island in late December.

 
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