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Stoll, Unger wedding

Friday, January 22, 2010

Kelly and Jeffrey Unger
UTICA -- Kelly Stoll of York and Jeffrey Unger of Hayes Center were united in marriage Aug. 22, 2009 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Utica, with the Rev. Tim Marshall officiating.

Parents of the bride are Ray and Mary Stoll of Utica. Parents of the bridegroom are Garald and Beverly Unger of Hayes Center.

Matron of honor was Amy Fischer, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Kerri Drueke, cousin of the bride, Kristen Ostdiek, Erin Stoll, sister-in-law of the bride, Cara Stoll, sister-in-law of the bride; Andrea Chrisman, Jennifer Smith, sister of the bridegroom, Kari Schurr and Machenzie Smith, junior bridesmaid, niece of the bridegroom. The flower girls were Ava and Nya Fischer, daughters of Tye and Amy Fischer, nieces of the bride and Livya Stoll, daughter of Craig and Erin Stoll, niece of the bride.

The ringbearers were Jackson Smith, son of Matt and Jaime Smith and Elijah Smith, son of Jennifer and Curt Smith, nephew of the bridegroom.

Best man was Matt Smith. Bridegroomsmen were Jarred Fichtner, cousin of the bridegroom, Thom Worth, Craig Stoll, brother of the bride, Jeremy Stoll, brother of the bride, Tye Fischer, brother-in-law of the bride, Curt Smith, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, Blaine Stinson and Garrett Smith, junior bridegoomsmen, nephew of the bridegroom.

Ushers were Mike Oberg, Chad Ostdiek, Joe Radke, cousin of the bride, Trent Chrisman, Jason Jakob and Kevin Korell, cousin of the bridegroom.

Sandi Swanson of Utica was the organist and Michelle Sitzman of Lincoln was the vocalist. The reception followed the ceremony at Seward Ag Pavilion in Seward.

Guest book attendants were Erin Fay Statz and Tina Schaben. Program attendants were Amanda Adams and Danielle Mooney, cousin of the bride.

The bride is a physical therapist assistant and the bridegroom is a farmer/rancher.

The couple is planning a wedding trip to Riviera Maya, Mexico. They are making their home near Hayes Center.