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( WEDDINGS )

( ENGAGEMENTS )

& Hart

Friedel

Peterson

Amber Peterson and Josh Hart were married the
evening of November 3, 2018, at the Lake St. Louis
Community Association followed by a reception.
Caleb Reed, a friend of the happy couple, officiated.
Nicole Peterson of St. Louis served as maid of
honor. The groom’s best man was Cory Cross of
St. Charles. Ushers were Nick Slama, St. Louis;
and Eric Joellenbeck, Los Angeles. Music was
provided by Crucial Entertainment. Photography
by Benandbeccalee, Photographers. Event styling by
Details Party Staging. Hair done by Uptown Looks &
Spa; makeup by Sarah Beauchamp, MUA. Donuts for
the occasion from Old Town Donuts - Cottleville.
Florals provided by Schnucks Florist. The wedding
gown from David’s Bridal; suits from Savvi Formalwear.
The reception also had custom dog napkins provided
by On Three Designs.
The bride is an events coordinator for St. Charles Community College and graduated
from Maryville University. She is the daughter of Tracy and James Peterson. The groom is
a category analyst for Hussman Corporation and a graduate of University of Missouri - St.
Louis. He is the son of Maureen and Chuck Hart.
The couple honeymooned in beautiful Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and make their
home in St. Peters, Mo. 

Lommel

Jim and Judy Friedel of St. Charles, Mo. announce
the engagement of their daughter, Jenna Friedel, to
Clayton Graham, son of Bill Graham of Crystal Lake,
Ill. and Michele Graham of St. Charles, Mo.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Duchesne High
School and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in
Nursing from the University of Central Missouri in
2014. She is employed as a registered nurse with BJC
Healthcare.
Her fiancé graduated from Duchesne High School, as
well, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology with a Minor in Business from
Missouri State University in 2012. He then graduated from the St. Charles Fire Academy in 2013
and is employed as a firefighter by the Lake St. Louis Fire Protection District.
After the couple’s September 2019 wedding at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, they
will live in the St. Charles area. 

& Connelly

Smith

Jennifer Lommel and Matthew Connelly are excited
to announce their engagement.
Ms. Lommel, the daughter of Richard and Sylvia of
Ballwin, graduated from Des Moines University with a
doctorate in osteopathic medicine and is an emergency
physician.
Mr. Connelly, son of William and Colleen of
Waterlivet, N.Y., graduated with a medical doctorate
from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse and
is also an emergency physician.
The pair live in Indianapolis and plan to wed
November 14, 2020. 

Aubuchon

& Livers

Khalea M. Smith and Johnathan D. Livers happily
announce their engagement.
Khalea, daughter of Myra Evans, lives in St. Louis
and is attending Saint Louis University and is working
toward a masters degree in social work. She is employed
by Marygrove Child Center as a case manager.
Johnathan Livers, son of Wilford Livers of St. Louis
and Patricia Chestnut of Florissant, lives in Florissant
and works for Energy Petroleum as a CDL driver.
The two are set to tie the knot August 14, 2019. 

& Bryan

Gengler

Mark and Debbie Aubuchon of Chesterfield proudly
announce the engagement of their daughter, Kaitlin
Aubuchon, to Cody Bryan.
Ms. Aubuchon is a graduate of Westminster College
in Fulton, Mo. with a masters degree. She now teaches
first grade for the Rockwood School District.
Mr. Bryan, son of Jeff and Joyce Bryan, graduated
from Maryville University and is employed by the St.
Louis Post-Dispatch.
The happy couple currently live in Kirkwood and are
set to tie the knot March 14, 2020. 

Zorn

& Graham

& McCarty

Victoria Gengler and Thomas McCarty joyfully
announce their engagement.
Ms. Gengler is the daughter of Lon and Gail of St.
Charles. She graduated from University of Missouri St. Louis with a degree is social work. She is currently a
long-term care social worker.
Mr. McCarty, son of Kevin and Michelle of Ellisville,
attended Sanford-Brown to be a Polysomnographic
technologist. He works as a sleep technologist. The
couple currently live in St. Charles. Kevin proposed to
Victoria in Las Vegas, Nev.
The two are set to be wed October 19, 2019 at St.
Peter Catholic Church, St. Charles, with a reception to
follow at Whitmoor Country Club. 

& Kleine

Branham

George and Lisa Zorn of Moscow Mills announce
the engagement of their daughter, Jessica, to William
Kleine.
Mr. Kleine is the son of David and Mindy Kleine of St.
Charles. Ms. Zorn is a graduate of Maryville University
with a bachelors degree in graphic design. She works as
a designer for Hallmark in Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. Kleine graduated from Missouri University of
Science and Technology in Rolla, Mo. with a bachelors
degree in mechanical engineering. He works for 3M in
Nevada, Mo. as a manufacturing engineer.
The couple currently live in Archie, Mo. and plan to
wed August 10, 2019. 

& Rice

Linda Branham and Adam Rice are excited to
announce their engagement. Ms. Branham is the
daughter of James and Paula Branham of St. Clair.
She is attending the University of Missouri - St.
Louis and is working toward a bachelors degree in
music. She is employed by First Presbyterian Church in
Union, Mo. as a music director.
Mr. Rice is the son of Annie and James Rice of St.
Clair. He works for Jay Rice Contracting.
The couple plan to wed September 13, 2019. 

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