Kristi Kemper and Collin GentryMay 24, 2013
Terry and Maureen Kemper gave their daughter, Kristi Kemper of Ferdinand, in marriage to Collin Gentry of Huntingburg on Saturday, June 2, 2012. He is the son of Michael and Hazel Gentry of Huntingburg. Father Jack Durchholz and Deacon James King officiated at 2:30 p.m. in St. Ferdinand Catholic Church, Ferdinand.
Music for the ceremony was provided by organist Ann Nagy and vocalist Rebecca McKinney.
Abbie Kemper of Ferdinand was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Amanda Kemper of Ferdinand, sister-in-law of the bride, and Crystal Kemper of St. Meinrad, Michaela Gentry of Huntingburg, Brooke French of Evansville, Natalie Kamman of St. Anthony, Leah Hora of Louisville, Ky., and Ann Kemper of Terre Haute.
Mr. Gentry chose Nicholas Sherman of Huntingburg as best man. Groomsmen were Michael and Ian Kemper of Ferdinand, Jason and Henry Kemper of St. Meinrad, Bryson Bolling of Huntingburg, Zach Watson and Matthew Key of Evansville, Ross Gentry of Ireland and Mark Riehle of Newburgh.
The bride chose a beaded, one-shoulder gown with satin ruching on the dropped-waist bodice. Swarovski crystals accented the neckline and hip.
The bridesmaids wore teal cotton dresses with Y necklines and knee-length, pleated skirts.
The bride’s mother wore a sleeveless gown with a black lace bodice and satin floor-length skirt. Mrs. Gentry chose a black dress with a lace bodice, three-quarter-length sleeves and a satin floor-length skirt.
A reception was held at the Ferdinand Community Center. Kelli and Ross Robertson registered guests.
The couple is at home in Jasper after a wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico.
The bride received a degree in accounting and finance from the University of Southern Indiana, Evansville. She is payroll manager for Jasper Group.
Mr. Gentry received a degree in Spanish education from the University of Southern Indiana. He is employed as a category specialist at Meyer Distributing.
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