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DeBoer, Dutoit wedding

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

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Kinsey and Krae Dutoit
LEXINGTON -- Kinsey DeBoer of Smithfield and Krae Dutoit of McCook were united in marriage on June 16, 2007, at the Westmark Evangelical Free Church with the Rev. Rick Smith officiating.

Parents of the couple are Byron and Jolene DeBoer of Smithfield, Gary and Robin Reh of McCook and Kurt and Diane Dutoit of Pratt, Kan.

The bride's adopted grandparents are Carroll and Billie Clements of Lexington. Grandparents of the bridegroom are Don Brown of McCook, Delores Dutoit of Dighton, Kan., and Roberta Reh of Natoma, Kan.

The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a one of a kind ivory satin wedding gown, that was styled with a graceful scoop neckline held with spaghetti straps. The bodice was beaded with gold accents and featured a basque waist-line which created a mock two-piece look. A band of jeweled beading with gold highlights edged the hemline and continued to the semi-cathedral train. Satin buttons fell from the top closure to end at the center back train pie-shaped wedge. She carried a bouquet of white Asian lillies, white roses, white daisies and baby's breath.

Elizabeth Geiger, cousin of the bride of Wilsonville, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Lindsey Mierau of Henderson, Jacqui Smith of Parker, Colo., and Carly Arterbun of Norton, Kan. Abbie Welliver of Pleasanton was the personal attendant.

Eric Billeter of Oxford was the best man. Bride-groomsmen were Matt Hawley of Holdrege, Mike Snyder of Omaha and Jason Zelasney of Osceola.

Ushers were Jake DeBoer of Kearney and Jesse DeBoer of Bertrand, both brothers of the bride, Stuart Frazier and Ben Klug, both of McCook and Greg Rasby of Columbus.

The flower girl was Jayci-Mae Starks and the ring bearer was Hunter Starks, niece and nephew of the bridegroom, of Grand Junction, Colo.

Becky Langenberg of Minneapolis, Minn., was the soloist along with Brett Maline of Artesia, Calif., who played the guitar and Roxine Nelson was the organist. Courtney and Conner Reh nieces of the bridegroom, of Pratt, Kan., were the candlighters.

Allison Cullinan of Ogallala and Tina Dimmitt of Ord were the guestbook attendants. Kelsea Jones of Aubrun was the Scripture reader. Gift carriers were Alec and Courtney Geiger, cousins of the bride and program and birdseed attendants were Caleb Geiger, Cameron Geiger, Connor Geiger and Garrit Geiger, all cousins of the bride and Chance Reh, nephew of the bridegroom.

Wedding coordinators were Richelle Holen and Shari Kuck of Bertrand.

A reception followed at the Holiday Inn Express in Lexington, with the couple arriving in a white horse drawn carriage. The host couples were Kevin and Susan Brown of Garden Plain, Kan., Stan and Bonnie DeBoer of Smithfield, Bill and Val Geiger of Cozad, all uncles and aunts of the couple and Doug and Lisa Reh of Pratt, Kan., brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom.

Reception servers were Julie Billeter, Jane Tonjes and Deb Walter and Nancy DeBoer, aunt of the bride.

Gary and Robin Reh hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Holdrege Country Club.

The bride is a 2004 graduate of Bertrand High School and is a senior at Hastings College pursuing a dual endorsement in elementary education and K-12 special education.

The bridegroom is a 2003 graduate of McCook High School and a 2007 graduate of Hastings College with a degree in business administration and a psychology minor. He is employed with the Principal Financial Group in Grand Island.

Following a honeymoon in Branson, Mo., the couple is making their home in Hastings.