Amy L. Leistner and Kevin K. HelmingJuly 31, 2013
Amy Lynn Leistner and Kevin Kent Helming, both of Celestine, exchanged wedding vows before the Rev. Todd Maki Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012. The ceremony took place in St. Peter United Church of Christ, Dubois.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Leistner, 4411 N. Orchard, Dubois, are parents of the bride. Mr. Helming is the son of Betty Helming of Celestine.
Sue Lorey, organist, accompanied Dawn Stemle as she sang for the ceremony.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose an ivory fitted and flared gown with sequins, beading and pearls.
Maid of honor was the bride’s daughter, Kyndal Green of Celestine. Bridesmaids were Sheryl Pritchett of Newburgh, Robin Leistner of Winslow, Brandi Dodd, Cherri Oeding and Kathy Danford, all of Dubois, and Katelyn Helming of Celestine. Karrigen Green, daughter of the bride, was flower girl.
Mr. Helming chose his son, Keanan Helming, Celestine, as best man. Groomsmen were Chad Persohn of Schnellville; Dwayne Helming, Steve Moore and Shelton Voelkel, all of Dubois; Brian Helming of Celestine; and Kim Schroeder of Jasper.
A reception followed at the Celestine Community Club.
The couple is at home at 10393 E. Maria Court, Celestine, after a wedding trip to Riviera Maya.
The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Northeast Dubois High School, Dubois.
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