Sara Hasenour and Derek SitzmanApril 23, 2013
Sara Hasenour and Derek Sitzman, both of Jasper, exchanged marriage vows at 5 p.m. Nov. 16, 2012, at the Jasper Train Depot. The Rev. Doug Faulkner officiated.
Dr. Daniel and Anne Hasenour, 831 E. 350S, Huntingburg, and James and Kathleen Sitzman, 322 W. 20th St., Huntingburg, are parents of the couple.
Mark Messmer played the trumpet for the ceremony.
Alexa Truelove, daughter of the bride, was maid of honor. Flower girl was Emily Truelove, daughter of the bride.
Brad Sitzman, Indianapolis, was best man. Ethan Truelove, son of the bride, was ring bearer.
The bride chose a strapless gown of ivory satin with a sweetheart bodice, sequins, an asymmetrical dropped waist and an A-line skirt with a chapel train.
The maid of honor wore an ivory formal dress with tulle overlay, sequins and a cropped jacket of black velvet.
The bride’s mother chose a dress with a white tulle bodice and black tulle skirt. Mrs. Sitzman wore a full-length dress of black chiffon with black lace detailing the back and neckline.
A reception was held at the St. Anthony Community Center.
After a wedding trip to French Lick Springs Resort, the couple is at home at 1057 Crestwood Drive, Jasper.
The bride, a graduate of Jasper High School, received a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Florida Atlantic University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and is a registered nurse in the emergency room of Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center, Jasper. Mr. Sitzman graduated from Jasper High School and received a Bachelor of Science in health care administration at the University of Southern Indiana, Evansville. He is an emergency medical technician at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center.
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