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Weddings

Thursday, November 6, 2003

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Zoch

Tammy Ann DeMan and Brent Ian Zoch exchanged marriage vows on Saturday, June 28 at 4 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Alta, with Pastor Lilette Johnston officiating.

The Bride is the daughter of Willie DeMan, AIta, Shirley Schirmer, Lacona, and Lisa DeMan, Alta. Tammy is a Direct Care Personnel and Certified Medication Aide at Faith, Hope & Charity in Storm Lake, The Groom is the son of Lynn and Deniece Mattheis, Aurelia. Brent is a Foreman at Lundell Construction in Storm Lake.

Honorary Guests at the wedding were Hope Home residents of Faith, Hope & Charity. Special Guests were Minnie DeMan, Storm Lake; Betty Schirmer, Washta; and Roger and Brenda Potratz, Alta; grandparents of the bride, and Duane and Mildred Mattheis, Des Moines; and Phil and Ardalee Neddermeyer, Denison, grandparents of the groom.

The Matron of Honor was Sarah Cross, Storm Lake, friend of the couple. Bridesmaids were Nele Meyer, Alta, Joanna Schmidt, Nevada, and Traci Fredericksen, Aurelia, friends of the couple. Flower Girl was Alexa Fredericksen, Aurelia, daughter of the friends' couple. The bride was attended by Jess Rebhuhn, Storm Lake, friend of the bride.

Serving as Best Man was Matt Fredericksen, Aurelia, friend of the couple. Groomsmen were Pat Dunn, Stillwater, OK; Eric Buddenhagen, Aurelia; and Garret Noll, Sioux Rapids, friends of the couple. Ring Bearer was Dustin Bentley, Indianola, nephew of the bride.

Flower Attendant and Wedding Coordinator was Kathy Mummert, Storm Lake, friend of the bride.

Guests were ushered to their seats by Shawn DeMan, Milo; Tyler and Justin DeMan, Alta, brothers of the bride; and Denis and Ryan Mattheis, Aurelia, brothers of the groom.

The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father and wore a David's Bridal Exclusive Designer gown that was a white, strapless classic orgranza gown with a sheer neckline, accented with crystal and pearl beaded band and wore a white, pearl and lace gown with a two tier fingertip length veil and carried a white rose cascade bouquet.

Ceremony music was provided by organist Rhonda Christensen, Alta, family friend of the bride. Vocals during the ceremony was provided by Lyn Bohe, Newell, aunt of the bride, who sang, "Thank You For Loving Me", "I Could Not Ask For More", and "Breathe". Scripture reading was read by Lori Gamble, Spirit Lake, aunt of the bride, who read the scripture Ephesians 5: 21-33.

Guest Book Attendant was Becky DeMan, Indianola, sister of the bride. Gift Carriers were Blake, Bradlee and Brady Bohe, Newell, cousins of the bride.

A dinner and dance reception was hold following the ceremony at the AIta Community Building. Hosts and Hostesses wore Bob and Jeanie Kristensen, Alta, uncle and aunt of the bride, and Lolane and Deb Smith (Des Moines), uncle and aunt of the groom. Punch Servers were Kayla Smith, Des Moines, cousin of the groom, and Ashley Taft , Quimby, cousin of the bride. The dinner was catered by Baker's Court of Storm Lake and music was provided by The Music Doctor of Cherokee.

The couple resides in Aurelia where they have made their home.

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Rebhuhn

Jessica Lea Weifenbach and Brian Michael Rebhuhn were united in marriage on June 14, 2003 at 4 p.m. at St. John Lutheran Church, Albert City, with Pastor David Bernhardt officiating.

Parents of the couple are Kevin and Chris Weifenbach of Storm Lake and Mike and Deb Rebhuhn of Albert City.

The bride, given away by her father, wore a halter style white matte satin dress with a sequin tulle overlay and a semi-cathedral train. The tiara and matching sequined veil completed her ensemble. Her bouquet, made by the bride's mother, Chris, was made with white roses, yellow and lavender daisies, miniature blue and pink flowers, accented with diamond sprigs and cashing ivy.

The groom wore a white tuxedo by Ralph Lauren, with a White vest and button covers.

Matron of honor was Jodi Weifenbach, Fonda, sister-in-law of the bride. Bridesmaids were Wendy Rebhuhn, Cedar Falls, sister of the broom and Kala Solie, Storm Lake, friend of the bride. Junior bridesmaids were Kacy Hazen, Newell, cousin of the bride. Jessica's personal attendants were Tammy DeMan, friend of the bride, and Mandy Weifenbach, sister-in-law of the bride.

Best man was Adam Rowher, Linn Grove, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Justin (Buck) Weifenbach, Fonda, brother of the bride, and Jeremy Weifenbach, Fonda, brother of the bride. Junior groomsman was Coltan Heronimus, Dike, nephew of the groom.

The ushers were Steve Waldstein, Dike, brother-in-law of the groom, and Jason Parker, Storm Lake, friend of the bride and groom.

The reception was held at the Storm Lake Municipal Golf Course. Hosts were Keith and Pam Weifenbach, Waterloo, aunt and uncle of the bride, and Mark and Terri Rebhuhn, Marathon, uncle and aunt of the groom. The multi-layered wedding cake was created and made by Luella Kraii and was accented with flowers made by the brides mother completing the wild flower theme.

Guest book attendants were Nicole Seaver and Elizabeth Hartman, both cousins of the bride.

Darla Weiland, aunt of the bride, Kathy Hazen, Connie Hartman, Lindee Weiland, cousins of the bride attended the serving table. Kitchen honors went to Kami Jarnagin, cousin of the bride, Diana Tuttle, aunt of the groom, Barb Barnhardt, aunt of the groom, Rae Jean Nehring, friend of the couple, Pala Linquist, friend of the grooms family, and Darla Rebhuhn, aunt of the groom.

Special honors went to Rae Jean Nehring, Darla Weiland, Connie and Keith Hartman, and the Lindquists.

The bride is a 2001 graduate of Newell-Fonda and is currently working at the Hope Harbor at BVRMC. The groom is a 2001 graduate of Sioux Central and is working on his family farm and for Weifenbach Sandblasting and Painting.

After a honeymoon to Colorado Springs, the couple is at home in Storm Lake.



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