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Steer, Higel exchange vows

Friday, July 1, 2011

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Lindsay and Jeffrey Higel
JEWELL COUNTY, Kansas -- Lindsay (Linner) Steer, formerly of Indianola, Nebraska, now of Kenesaw, Nebraska and Jeffrey Jon Higel, also of Kenesaw, Nebraska, were united in marriage on Aug. 14, 2010, at Lovewell Lake in Jewell County, Kansas with the Rev. Art Phillips officiating.

Parents of the couple are Doug and Kaye Linner of Beaver City, Nebraska and Jim and Cheryl Higel of Hebron, Nebraska. Grandparents of the couple are Wendell and Goldie Wentling of Beaver City.

The maid of honor was Stef Creech-Will of Hastings, Nebraska. The bridesmaids were sisters of the bride, Stacie VanPelt of York, Nebraska, and Stephanie Chloupek of Papillion, Nebraska, sister of the bridegroom, Jaime Higel of Dallas, Texas, and Lindsey Foster of McCook, Nebraska. The junior bridesmaid was daughter of the bride, Kaylee Steer of Kenesaw.

The best man was Brett Nason of Tryon, Nebraska. The bridegroomsmen were Seth Adam of Grand Island, Nebraska, Bobby Meester of Killdeer, North Dakota, Carver Abbott of Hyannis, Nebraska, Nic Rochlitz of Big Springs, Nebraska, and Colt Quadhamer of Hastings.

The flower girl was niece of the bride, Allison VanPelt of York. The ring bearer was son of the bride, Blake Steer of Kenesaw.

The ushers were Ryan Binderup of Minden, Nebraska, Jon Sundberg of Hastings and Adam Kaminski of Grand Island.

Debbra Troudt of Nelson, Nebraska, led the new family in a blending ceremony using colored sand.

The guest book and program attendants were cousins of the bridegroom, Nicole Meyer of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Courtney Meyer of Diller, Nebraska. Music was provided by harpist, Shirley Becker of Beaver City.

A reception took place at Mankato Community Building in Mankato, Kansas.

The bride graduated from Republican Valley High School and Central Community College with a degree in culinary arts. She is employed at CCC in Hastings as an adjunct instructor in the culinary department. The bridegroom graduated from Bruning Davenport High School and has a degree in communications from Hastings College. He is a salesman for Jacobi Carpet One in Hastings.

The couple will reside on a small acreage near Kenesaw.