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Koebel, Hare wedding

Monday, February 26, 2007

Timothy and JoLyn Hare
CULBERTSON -- JoLyn Koebel and Timothy Hare of Queen Creek, Ariz. were united in marriage at Bethel Missionary Church in Culbertson Dec. 31, 2006 with the Rev. Richard Karr officiating.

Parents of the couple are Bud and Annie Kehler of Culbertson, Alan Koebel of Papillion, and Pam and Dusty Hare of Tucson, Ariz. Grandparents are Lillian Kehler of Culbertson and the late Kenneth Kehler, DeWayne and Gloria Kautz of Culbertson, Bob and Brenda Martin of Lake Havasu City, Ariz. and Dottie Hare of Walnut Creek, Calif.

The bride wore a halter-top dress embroidered with beads across the bodice and train. The bride's bouquet was made of lavender and yellow pansies and was created by Roma Sensel.

The bridegroom wore a black tux with a black and white pinstripe vest and tie. The bridegroomsmen and father of the bride wore a yellow vests and ties.

Maid of honor was Kyra Kehler, sister of the bride, of Papillion. Bridesmaids were Jessica Hare, sister of the bridegroom, of Phoenix, Ariz., and Darr Nickerson of Culbertson.

Syrus Hare, son of the bridegroom, of QueenCreek was the best man. Bridegroomsmen were Jarrod Koebel, brother of the bride, of Lincoln and Bob Marton, grandfather of the bridegroom, of Lake Havasu City.

The flower girl was Emily Nickerson of Culbertson and the ring bearer was Seth Hare, son of the bridegroom. Guest book atendant was Tina Oberg. Deb Spencer of Culbertson was orgaist and Kyra Kehler was soloist.

A reception followed at the Hitchcock County Fair building with Rick and Bobbie Gohl, aunt and uncle of the bride, as host and hostess. The cake was made and served by June Nothaus, aunt of the bride.

The couple is making their home in Queen Creek.