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McConville, Berry wedding

Monday, September 15, 2008

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Kayla and Matthew Berry
INDIANOLA -- Kayla McConville of Bartley and Matthew Berry of Grand Island, were united in marriage June 14, 2008, at St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Indianola with the Rev. Thomas McGuire officiating.

Parents of the couple are Steve and Kerry McConville of Bartley and Jeff and Linda Berry of Grand Island.

Grandparents include Marjorie Adams of Omaha, Robert and Kathy McConville of Indianola, Marion Enderle of Aurora and Joyce Berry of Grand Island.

Audrey Bethel of Lubbock, Texas, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Niki Chrisman of Sutton, Fauna Kinne and Krista McConville, both of Kearney and Kelcie McConville of Omaha.

Summer McConville of Indianola, was the flower girl.

The best man was Steve Meier of Omaha. Bridegroomsmen were Tyler Pool of Virginia Beach, Va., Nathan Stewart of Grand Island, Ryan Zulkowski of Kearney and Chris Link of Omaha.

The ring bearer was Brodie McConville of Kearney.

Kimberly, Kourtney and Kassidy McConville of Bartley, were candlelighters.

Ushers were Adam Demmers of Lincoln, Logan Pearse of Kearney, Tyler Kennedy of Bartley and Greg Berry of Grand Island.

The organist was Crinda McConville of Indianola. Keri Unger of Culbertson was the soloist.

The reception was at the Knights of Columbus Hall hosted by Kevin and Katie Adams of Omaha and Dave and Sandy Berry of Hays, Kan.

Jaydenn Miller of Indianola was the guest book attendant. Reception assistants were Kem McConville of Indianola, Cindy McConville, also of Indianola, Nancy Berry of Hays and Vicki Peterson of Aurora.

The couple honeymooned in Cancun, Mexico.

The bride will graduate in December from the University of Nebraska at Kearney with a bachelor's degree in communication.

The bridegroom graduated from UNK in May with a bachelor's degree in education.

Both the bride and bridegroom are employed at Jimmy Johns in Grand Island and will own and operate a Jimmy Johns in Hays where they will make their home.