Janna Parke and Curt BrommSeptember 30, 2019
Janna Parke became the bride of Curt Bromm in a double ring ceremony Saturday July 20, 2019. Pastor Kelley Sewell witnessed the 3:30 p.m. vows in Jasper.
The bride is the daughter of Chris and Beverly Parke of Fort Wayne. Mr. Bromm’s parents are Terry and Betty Ingle of St. Anthony and the late Lawrence Bromm.
Flower girl was Avery Hasenour, Jasper, godchild of the groom.
Carlyn Parke, Fort Wayne, was maid of honor for her sister. Additionally, Rachel Keeve, Fort Wayne, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Crystal Hochgesang, Ferdinand, and Emily Hasenour, Jasper, sisters of the groom, and Marykate Baker and Kelli Knust, both of Indianapolis, and Lauren Huebner, Columbus, friends of the couple.
Mr. Bromm chose his brother, Nathan Bromm, Indianapolis, as best man. Groomsmen were Kyle Schroering, Jasper, Brandon Hopf, Ferdinand, Matt Leistner, Louisville, Kentucky, and Sean Keeve, Indianapolis, friends of the couple, and Derek Hochgesang, Ferdinand, and Phil Hasenour, Jasper, brother-in-laws of the groom.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white floor-length gown of lace. The bridesmaids wore long dusty blue gowns, style of their choice.
A reception followed at Klubhaus61at Jasper.
The couple is residing in Whitestown and chose to travel to Jamaica for their honeymoon.
The bride graduated from Leo High School in 2011 and from Purdue University, Lafayette, in 2015. She is employed at Thomas P. Miller & Associates, Indianapolis, as a project consultant. Mr. Bromm graduated from Forest Park High School, Ferdinand, in 2006 and from Indiana State University, Terre Haute, in 2010. He is employed at Salesforce, Indianpolis, as a corporate accounting manager.
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