Kimberly Stephens and Timothy MoellerMay 8, 2013
Kimberly A. Stephens and Timothy J. Moeller, both of Jasper, were married at 5 p.m. CDT Oct. 19, 2012, at the Bauerhaus in Evansville.
The bride is the daughter of Tony and Sandy Miller, 414 E. Eighth St., Huntingburg, and Rebecca Orebaugh, also of Huntingburg. Mr. Moeller’s parents are John and Diana Moeller, 7251 W. 350S, Huntingburg.
Albert Lemond, grandfather of the bride, gave the bride in marriage. She was attired in a ball gown of ivory satin with a modified sweetheart neckline and a beaded belt.
Racheal Harder, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Kamila Miller, sister of the bride, and Angela Krites, Jill Snyder and Alison Allen, sisters of the bridegroom. Flower girl was Amelia Krites, Cincinnati, Ohio.
They wore light blue chiffon gowns with ivory beaded belts.
Zach Schmett was best man. Groomsmen were Andy Krites, Victor Wellmeyer, Scott Allen and Adam Haase. Keith Snyder was usher. Ring bearer was Reece Harder, Jasper.
A reception followed at the Bauerhaus.
The couple is at home at 1946 S. State Road 162, Jasper, after a honeymoon to Negril in Jamaica.
The bride, a 2004 graduate of Southridge High School, Huntingburg, graduated from Vincennes University in 2012. She is employed at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center, Jasper. Mr. Moeller, also a 2004 graduate of Southridge High School, is a coal miner for Peabody Corp.
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