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Brashers - Reisenbichler
Kerry Ann Brashers and Steven Paul Reisenbichler were married Sept. 29, 2007, at Deerfield Lodge. The Rev. Matthew Marks performed the ceremony. Music was provided by Cape County Cowboy Church. Vocalist was Jennifer West.
Bill and Judy Brashers of Silva, Mo., are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Ralph and Nancy Reisenbichler of Perryville, Mo.
The bride was presented in marriage by her father.
Maid of honor was Shery Varney. Bridesmaids were Nikki Brashers, sister of the bride; Scarlett Pierson; Amy Dunning, sister of the groom; and Leslie Caldwell.
Joel Schremp was best man. Groomsmen were Ryan Buchheit, Robert Kiefer, Brad Jones, and Trip Burton. Ushers were Carey Margrabe and Scott Brown.
Candlelighters were Dixie Greene and Hannah Schultz.
Flower girl and ring bearer were Jessica and Matthew Dunning, niece and nephew of the groom.
Program attendants were Beth, Audrey and Jolene Miesner, cousins of the groom.
The reception and dance was held at Deerfield.
The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner Sept. 28 at Deerfield.
Mrs. Reisenbichler is a home school graduate. She owns a residential cleaning service in the Cape Girardeau area.
The groom is a graduate of Perryville High School and Southeast Missouri State University. He is a multiline insurance agent with Missouri Farm Bureau in St. Francois County.
After a wedding trip to Mexico, the couple resides in Perry County.