Jenna Lindauer and Neal LueckeMarch 29, 2013
Jenna Lindauer of Evansville and Neal Luecke of Newburgh were married at 3:30 p.m. CDT Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, at The Granary in New Harmony. Pastor Bret Nicholson officiated.
David and Julie Lindauer, Ferdinand, are parents of the bride. Mr. Luecke is the son of Duane and Desiree Luecke and Sherri Moutoux of Newburgh.
Beau Troesch played the acoustic guitar as he and Leslie Luebbehusen sang for the ceremony.
Emily Tenbarge, Evansville, friend of the couple, gave the reading.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose her sisters, Allison and Miranda Lindauer of Ferdinand, as maids of honor. Meredith Blankenship, Chandler, and Lacey Mehling, Denver, Colo., friends of the couple, were bridesmaids. Flower girl was Lillian DeTalente, Newburgh, cousin of the bridegroom.
Best man was Nolan Luecke, Newburgh, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Josh Heisler and Stephen Schnapf of Newburgh, Daniel Blankenship and Michael Garrison of Chandler and Chris Cornell, Bloomington, friends of the bridegroom.
A reception followed at The Granary.
The couple is residing in Chandler after a wedding trip to Jamaica.
The bride graduated from the University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, and is a teacher at Holy Rosary Catholic School, Evansville. Mr. Luecke, a graduate of Ivy Tech Community College, is a confinement officer at the Vanderburgh County Jail.
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