Whitney Sendelweck and Ryan CraigMay 25, 2013
Father Ted Temple witnessed the marriage vows of Whitney Sendelweck and Ryan Craig, both of Jasper, on Saturday, April 20, 2013. The 2 p.m. ceremony was held in Precious Blood Catholic Church, Jasper.
Bob and Sheryl Sendelweck of Jasper are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Andy and Brenda Krempp, also of Jasper, and Bob Craig of Orland Park, Ill.
Maddy Johnson distributed programs.
Organist Gary Moeller accompanied Kenwyn Kealing, Missy Krempp and Kevin Manley as they sang “The Wedding Song,” “One Hand, One Heart,” “Unforgettable,” “You Raise Me Up,” “The Prayer,” “Surely the Presence of the Lord Is in This Place” and “How Beautiful.”
Wanda Johnson, Dan Fleck and Ken Sendelweck carried the offertory gifts. Readers were Jennifer Bartley and Phil Kealing. Eucharistic ministers were the couple’s parents and Mike, Melinda, Tim and Shari Weidenbenner. Servers were Holden Weidenbenner and Peyton Gentry.
Mr. Sendelweck gave his daughter in marriage.
Tara Sendelweck of Jasper was maid of honor for her sister. Also attending the bride were Kelly Schaefer, Brittany Wagner, Abby Sander, Molly Jahn and Tara Huther of Jasper; Katie Nordhoff of Indianapolis and Meredith Krodel of Bloomington. London Payne of Carmel was flower girl.
Best man was Brant Wilson of Indianapolis, friend of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Shawn Schaeffer, Tyler and Ted Krempp, Jason Craig, Nick Dills, Anthony Seng and Dave Merkley, all of Jasper. Ushers were Matt Krempp, Luke Schnaus, Zach Voegerl and Nick Merkel, all of Jasper. Ring bearer was Will Temple of Batesville.
A reception was held at The Bauerhaus in Evansville.
The couple is residing in Jasper after a wedding trip to Costa Rica.
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