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November 18, 2012

Stanleys wed

GOSHEN — Katie Ulrich and Matthew Stanley were married Sept. 29 at Maple City Chapel by Greg Lanzan.

The bride is the daughter of Velma and Rollin Ulrich, Goshen.

The groom is the son of Joan and Warren Logan, Middlebury.

Emily Ulrich, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Maria Shisler was the matron of honor. Katie Shreck, Beverley Stanley, sister of the groom, and Ashley Ulrich, sister-in-law of the bride, were the bridesmaids.

Danny Neff, cousin of the groom, was the best man. David Ganger, Brandon Chupp, Mark Yoder, and Joel Ulrich, brother of the bride, were the groomsmen.

Brandon Lantz and Trevor Lantz, nephews of the groom, Tim Mason and John Wengerd were the ushers.

Olivia Ulrich was the flower girl.

Jared Martin was the ring bearer.

Ruth Anastasia Jones played the organ and sang.

A reception for the couple took place at Maple City Chapel.

After a wedding trip to Key West, Fla., the couple resides in Goshen.

The bride graduated from Goshen High School and attended Rosedale Bible College for a year. She works as a bilingual receptionist at Interra Credit Union.

The groom received an associate’s degree from Davenport University and works as a team leader for MasterBrand, Goshen.

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