Allison Matheis and Brett PundOctober 23, 2013
Allison Matheis of Dubois became the bride of Brett Pund of Ferdinand Saturday, May 11, 2013. Father Eugene Schmitt witnessed the vows at 1:30 p.m. in St. Raphael Catholic Church in Dubois.
Nick and Lisa Matheis of Dubois and Eric and Judy Pund of Ferdinand are parents of the couple.
Lauren Sergesketter played the piano as Lauren Ellis sang for the ceremony.
Mr. Matheis gave his daughter in marriage. The bride was attired in a fitted and flared gown of ivory lace with floral details.
Abbie Friedman of Indianapolis was maid of honor. Also attending the bride were Brooke Hopf and Laura and Emily Pund, all of Ferdinand; Emily Matheis of Bargersville; Jamie Schepers and Gia Terwiske, both of Celestine; Sabrina Eisenhut of Dubois; and Lisa Messmer of Huntingburg.
They wore royal blue, knee-length dresses with sweetheart necklines.
Mr. Pund chose Matt Pund of Ferdinand as best man. Groomsmen were Seth Matheis of Dubois, Christopher Matheis of Bargersville, Andy Pund and Jacob Lindauer of Ferdinand, Adam Gogel of Troy, Justin Prior of Huntingburg, Neal Fleck of Indianapolis and Craig Beck of Ireland. Ushers were Jacob Cummings, Cliff Weyer and Jason Hulsman.
A reception was held at the Ferdinand Community Center.
The couple is residing in Huntingburg.
The bride graduated from Northeast Dubois High School in Dubois and Bellarmine University. She is employed by the Southwest Dubois School Corp. Mr. Pund, a graduate of Forest Park High School in Ferdinand and Oakland City University, is a product engineer at Indiana Furniture.
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