MELISSA LULLMANN AND JOSH BELLCOCK
Melissa Aim Lullmann and Joshua Dale Bellcock were united in marriage at Saint Mary's Catholic Church in Sac City July 19, 2002. Father Lawrence McCarty officiated at the 5:30 ceremony.
Parents of the couple are Daniel and Patricia Lullmann, Albert City and Larry and Nancy Bellcock Sac City. Grandparents are Shirley Lackman, William and Marian Bellcock, Dale and Janice Peterson, and great-grandmother Elvena Foval.
Matron of honor was Angie Cook, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Jessi Bellcock, sister of the groom; Michelle Highly cousin of the bride, Melinda Hogrefe, Tondee' Voortman, and Jenny Peace. Junior bridesmaid was Kirby Lackman, cousin of the bride.
Personal attendants were Jess Still and Hilary Myers.
Best man was Justin Bellcock, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were T.J. Artman, Joe Dellwo, John Laursen, cousin of the groom, Shawn Terrell, and Adam Watson. Junior groomsman was Spencer Lackman, cousin of the bride.
Ushers were Brad Cook, brother in law of the bride, Mark Wemette, Eric Mallett, and Travis Cripe.
Guest book attendants were Kathy, Meghan and Mollie McCabe. Vocalist was Joy Kanne, cousin of the groom, flautist was Andrea Cook and organist was Sharyn Cook. Brian Brechler, cousin of the bride and Jenny Laursen, cousin of the groom served as lectors.
A reception and dance were held after the ceremony at Siebens Forum Grand Ballroom. Dining hosts were Dennis and Kathy Brechler aunt and uncle of the bride and Richard and Kelli Bellcock, aunt and uncle of the groom.
Josh and Melissa spent their honeymoon at St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Melissa is a 1997 graduate of Albert City-Truesdale and a 2001 graduate of Northwest Missouri State University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in child and family studies and a minor in gerontology. She is employed as Sac County Family Development Center Coordinator, Josh is a 1996 graduate of Schaller-Crestland High School and a 2000 graduate of University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Science degree.
He is engaged in farming and is the boy's basketball coach at Schaller-Crestland.