Brittany L. Betz and Alex R. HarmonJanuary 9, 2014
Brittany L. Betz of Schnellville became the bride of Alex R. Harmon of Birdseye Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013. Deacon Ken Johanning witnessed the vows at 1:30 p.m. in Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Schnellville.
Gary and Denise Betz of Schnellville and Terry and Susan Harmon of Birdseye are parents of the couple.
Programs were distributed by Michaela and Jenna Stemle and Amanda Smith, cousins of the bride.
Josh Knight played the organ and Katie Demuth sang for the ceremony.
Nancy Foll, aunt of the bride, and Myron Stemle, godfather of the bride, were lectors.
Mr. Betz gave his daughter in marriage. The bride chose a friend, Brittany Schuetter of Schnellville, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Kelsey Harmon of Indianapolis, cousin of the bridegroom, and Megan Klem and Amy Betz, both of St. Anthony, Karrissa Dilger and Andrea Welp, both of Schnellville, and Jessica Gasaway of Birdseye, friends of the couple. Flower girl was Morgan Harmon of Indianapolis, niece of the bridegroom.
Nathan Harmon of Indianapolis was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Cory Bretz of Schnellville, brother of the bride; Derrick Harmon of Augusta and Clayton Harmon of Schnellville, cousins of the bridegroom; and Brad Welp and Derek Schuetter, both of Schnellville, and Wes Gutgsell of Birdseye, friends of the couple. Ushers were Ross Weyer of Birdseye and Damion Buschkoetter of Ferdinand, friends of the couple. Ring bearer was Nolan Harmon of Indianapolis, nephew of the bridegroom.
A reception was held at the Celestine Community Club in Celestine.
The couple is at home in Birdseye after a honeymoon to Negril, Jamaica.
The bride is a dental assistant in the office of Alan P. Friz, DDS, in Huntingburg. Mr. Harmon is an electrician for Fisher Electric in Schnellville.
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