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July 31, 2011

Hubers wed

GOSHEN — Kayla Kirkdorffer and Steve Huber were married June 25 at New Paris Missionary Church by the Revs. Dave Hackney and Rob Nelson.

The bride is the daughter of Julia and Robert Kirkdorffer, Millersburg.

The groom is the son of Nancy and Donn Huber, New Paris.

Jenna Wysong was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Holly Beachy, Suzanne Wollen, Amanda Stoltzfus, Becky Kirkdorffer and Sarah Beehler.

Ross Beehler was the best man. Groomsmen were Troy Beachy, Conrad Schrock, Mike Filbrun, Mike Kirkdorffer and Nick Stoltzfus.

Sam Godfrey and Brandon Yoder served as ushers.

Lacy Stoltzfus was the flower girl and Andrew Beehler was the ring bearer.

Dave Smoker and Marietta Mishler played the organ.

Vocalists were Nick Stoltzfus, Jordan Kirkdorffer and Pam Kirkdorffer.

A reception hosted by Phil and Jen Smoker took place in the Smokercraft showroom.

After a wedding trip to Palm Beach, Fla., the couple resides in New Paris.

The bride graduated in 2003 from Fairfield Junior-Senior High School, Goshen, and in 2007 received a bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education from Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion. She received a master’s degree in education this year from Olivet Nazarene University and works as a first-grade teacher at Meadowview Elementary School, Shipshewana.

The groom graduated in 2002 from Fairfield Junior-Senior High School and in 2006 received a bachelor’s degree in management from Purdue University, West Lafayette. He is employed by Smokercraft, New Paris.

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