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Rippen, Eberspacher wedding

Monday, October 20, 2003

Jill and Jon Eberspacher
CULBERTSON -- Jill Rippen of Lincoln and Jon Eberspacher of Beaver Crossing were united in marriage June 14, 2003, at United Methodist Church in Culbertson with the Rev. Brian Houston officiating.

Parents of the couple are Ted and Nancy Rippen of Culbertson and Rich and Karen Eberspacher of Valparaiso.

Jackie Rippen is the grandmother of the bride.

The maid of honor was Alexis Lewis of Lincoln. The bridesmaids were Kelly Rippen of Culbertson, Suzanne Minarick of Lincoln, Tomi Skavdahl of Riverton, Wyo., Nicole Domeier of New Haven, Conn. The junior bride was Emily Eberspacher of Beaver Crossing.

The best man was Curt Eberspacher of Beaver Crossing. The bridegroomsmen were Seth Meyer of Las Vegas, Nev., Shane Rippen of Culbertson, Nick Hatz of Denver, Colo., and Mike Mullendore of Lincoln.

Personal attendants were Kelly Gohl of Omaha and Courtney Holub of Omaha.

The flower girls were Hanah and Sarah Eberspacher of Beaver Crossing. The ring bearers were John and Matt Rippen of Culbertson.

Ushers were Garrett Rippen of Culbertson, Josh Brummels of Clear Water, Travis Kopf of Lincoln, John Houston of Beaver Crossing, Daniel Houston of Lincoln and Craig Stoll of Utica.

The organist was Sheryl Haven of McCook. The pianist was Carol Eberspacher of Beaver Crossing. Vocalists were Darrell Eberspacher and Angie Eberspacher, both of Beaver Crossing.

The reception was at the Culbertson Ag Complex. Host couples were Jeanette and Roland Miller of Culbertson, Jerry and Sara Rippen of Culbertson and Jeff and Jane Alseth of Omaha. The guestbook attendants were Christine Eberspacher of Lincoln and Laura Houston of Omaha.

The couple honeymooned in Kauai, Hawaii.

The bride is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln with a bachelor of arts degree in communications. She is an ag lending assistant at Lincoln Union Bank. The bridegroom is a graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan University with a bachelor of arts degree in business. He is a farmer and rancher.

The couple is making their home in Beaver Crossing.