Charlene Seger and Patrick DurcholzFebruary 28, 2018
Charlene Seger and Patrick Durcholz exchanged wedding vows at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017, in St. Celestine Catholic Church, Celestine. Father Eugene Schmitt officiated at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mark and Kim Seger of Celestine. The groom is the son of Jeff Durcholz of Jasper and Chris and Bill Widdifield of Jasper.
Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore an Allure mermaid-style alencon lace gown. The sheer back had covered buttons extending into the chapel-length train. The dress featured a rhinestone beaded belt with a matching bracelet.
Music for the ceremony was provided by musicians Mary Burke and Mallory Libbert of Jasper.
The bride chose her sister, Brittany Seger of Celestine, as maid of honor. Rachelle Steele of Indianapolis, sister of groom; Rachel Knies of Jasper, cousin of the bride; Blakney Verkamp of Celestine, cousin of the groom; and Celeste Hochgesang of Celestine and Caitlin O'Brien, Taylor Murry and Carla Jara, all of Jasper, friends of the couple, were bridesmaids. The flower girls were Emerson and Avery Steele of Indianapolis, nieces of the groom.
The bridesmaids wore Bill Levkoff chiffon, floor-length dresses in Victorian lilac, heather, pewter and desert grey in a variety of styles.
The groom chose his brother, Nathan Durcholz of Huntingburg, as best man. Ethan Durcholz of Jasper and Jacob Durcholz of Ireland, cousins of the groom; and Wade Friedman of Dubois, Robert Eckerle of Jasper, Brad Ketzner of Jasper, Clay Robison of Newburgh and Logan Wendholt of Ferdinand, friends of the couple, were groomsmen. Wayne Murry and Derek Schwenk, both of Jasper, and Wade Lueken of Celestine, friends of the couple, were ushers. The ring bearer was Carter Seger of Celestine, godchild of the bride.
Reception was held at the Celestine Community Club.
The couple took a wedding trip to South Coast, Jamaica, and is living in Jasper.
The bride is a 2011 graduate of Northeast Dubois High School, Dubois, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in dental hygiene in 2015 from the University of Southern Indiana, Evansville. She is a registered dental hygienist at Seng Pediatric Dentistry, Jasper, and also works at Chocolate Bliss & Kitchen Essentials, Jasper.
Mr. Durcholz is a 2009 graduate of Southridge High School, Huntingburg, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science in 2013 from Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green. He is a flock supervisor at Farbest Farms.
More on DuboisCountyHerald.com
Over the course of 25 years, Leroy and Donna Bleemel opened their Jasper home to children in...
The sky is the limit for the twisting, turning, sky-high-jumping David Fisher.
A partnership between Vincennes University Jasper Campus and Purdue University marks new...
Poison hemlock, an invasive species native to Europe, has been rapidly exploding in the area...
With a growing population throughout Indiana, bald eagles are likely to be seen around the...
In the last month, park officials have been dealing with vandalism in Huntingburg City Park and...
Three Jasper High School students, now graduates, created a short film that won several titles...
Jasper’s new comprehensive plan will take a little more than a year to create and will be done...