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Edgerton, Lee wedding

Monday, January 21, 2008

Amy and Trevor Lee
CAMBRIDGE -- Amy Michelle Edgerton and Trevor Gregg Lee of Cambridge, now residing in Lincoln, were united in marriage on June 30, 2007, at the Calvary Baptist Church in Cambridge. The Rev. Timothy Burke officiated at the 5 p.m. candlelight ceremony.

Parents of the bride are Brad and Sherri Edgerton, and parents of the bridegroom are Mike and Dee Shafer, all of Cambridge.

Honored guests included the bride's grandparents, Paul and Marilyn Klinkebiel, honorary grandparents Loyd and Betty Thompson, all of Cambridge, the bridegroom's grandfather, Robert Lee of Ogallala, the late David and Arva Edgerton and the late Bernice Lee.

The bride was escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents. She wore a white halter style A-line gown with a cathedral train. The sheer overlay netting was flecked throughout with sequins, crystal beads and pearls covering the lacey floral motif on the bodice and scalloped edge of the cathedral length skirt. She wore a pearl and crystal beaded tiara with a fingertip veil. She carried a silk bouquet of red roses.

The bridegroom wore a black tuxedo with a white shirt and red satin vest and red and black-stripped tie. The bridegroom's boutonniere was a single red rose with two small white rose buds.

The maids of honor were Alisa Edgerton of Kearney and Amanda Edgerton, sisters of the bride, of Cambridge. Bridesmaids were Natasha Carman, cousin of the bride, of Oberlin, Brittany Richards of Kearney, Chelsea Ruf of Lincoln, and Cassie Bruckman, of Kearney. The junior bridesmaid was Emma Martin of Cambridge, sister of the bridegroom. Bridesmaids wore strapless, black satin; knee length dresses with red satin trim. They all wore rhinestone necklaces with black accents and matching earrings that were given to them by the bride. Each carried red and white rose bouquets.

Justin Witte of Kearney was best man. Bridegroomsmen were Keith Stritt of Kearney, Cody Moore of Lincoln, Matt Depperschmidt of Kearney, Cole Klinkebiel of Lincoln and Nate Graham of Kearney. The junior bridegroomsman was Cory Knaub, brother of the bridegroom, of Cambridge. Bridegroomsmen wore black tuxedos with black shirts and red-stripped ties. They all wore a white rose boutonniere.

Emma Reitz of Kearney was the flower girl. She wore a white satin dress with a sheer overlay adorned with little red roses across the bodice. The junior attendants pulled her down the aisle in a little red wagon.

Kristin Killough, cousin of the bridegroom, of Holdrege, Julia Klinkebiel, of Holbrook, and Kayla Quinn, of Cambridge, cousins of the bride, served as candle lighters. They wore red satin dresses the same style as the bridesmaids.

Drew Klinkebiel, cousin of the bride, of Omaha, Daniel Witte of Lincoln, Dan Killough and Nick Killough, cousins of the bridegroom, both of Holdrege, were ushers.

The pianist for the ceremony was Trisha Moore of Cambridge. Attending the guest book and programs were Alicia Brown of Wilsonville, and Chelsie Brown, of Lincoln.

Following the ceremony the bride and bridegroom were chauffeured in the bride's grandparents newly restored 1908 International Auto buggy driven by the bride's father to the Cambridge Community Center where a luncheon reception and dance were held. Host couples were Kyle Klinkebiel, uncle of the bride and Kyleen Bauchman, future aunt of the bride and Steve and Connie Witte, all of Cambridge.

The bride is a 2004 graduate of Cambridge High School and a 2005 graduate of Joseph's College of Beauty in Kearney. She is employed at Joseph's College of Beauty in Lincoln as a Cosmetology Instructor after receiving her degree in February 2007.

The bridegroom is a 2004 graduate of Cambridge High School. He is attending school at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln with a major in political science and an emphasis in law.

The couple resides in Lincoln.