Megan Stemle and Brent Lueken

St. Raphael Catholic Church in Dubois was the setting for the Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, marriage of Megan Stemle of Celestine and Brent Lueken of Dubois. Father Eugene Schmitt witnessed the vows at 1:30 p.m.

Randy and Tama Stemle of Celestine and Glenn and Melinda Lueken of Dubois are parents of the couple.

Josh Knight played the organ as Katie Demuth sang for the ceremony.

Mr. Stemle gave his daughter in marriage. The bride chose a trumpet-style, ivory gown with a Swarovski-beaded lace, sweetheart neckline, a keyhole back, an ivory floral Swarovski-beaded satin ribbon belt and a chapel train.

Maid of honor was Lauren Stemle of Chesterfield, Mo. Also attending the bride were Stephanie Stemle, Rachel Voegerl and Erica Lampert, all of Jasper; Kimberly Hustedde of Effingham, Ill.; and Kamille Bauer of Dubois.

They wore platinum gowns with ruched empire bodices, softened sweetheart necklines, floral shoulder straps and draped, A-line, chiffon skirts.

Mr. Lueken chose Randy Schnell of Jasper as best man. Groomsmen were Luke Stemle of Jasper, Evan Massey of Dubois, Matthew Beckman of Celestine and Brandon Burris and Matt Eisenhut, both of Haysville. Jason Cummins of Cuzco seated the guests. Ring bearer was Hudson Stemle of Jasper.
Mrs. Stemle chose a floor-length gown of black luxe taffeta with a sweetheart neckline and a jacket with sheer lace sleeves for her daughter’s wedding. The bridegroom’s mother wore a floor-length gown of mocha satin with a lace bodice.

A reception was held at the Huntingburg Event Center.

The couple is at home at 1955 N. Steinbottom Road, Jasper, after a wedding trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

The bride graduated from Northeast Dubois High School in Dubois in 2007 and from the University of Evansville in 2011. She is employed by Paragon Rehabilitation and is a physical therapist at St. Charles Health Campus in Jasper.

Mr. Lueken, a 2005 graduate of Northeast Dubois High School, is employed by Wabash Valley Produce.

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