Heerey and Carlson wed in Wichita

Jennifer Heerey, daughter of Brad and Rhonda Heerey of Wichita and Zachary Carlson, son of Dan and Kim Carlson of Topeka, were married June 21 at Pathway Church in Wichita.

Grandparents of the couple are Betty Williams of Florence and the late Donald Williams, Charles and Virginia Heerey of Marion, and Q.B. and Emma Low and Bev Carlson of Topeka and the late Richard Carlson.

Pastor Todd Hutchinson officiate the ceremony. Candle lighters were Ashley and Alyssa Carlson of Topeka, cousins of the groom.

Program attendants were Emily and Mary Henning of Wichita, cousins of the bride. Gift attendants were Emily Low of Topeka, cousin of the groom, and Andrew Henning of Wichita, cousin of the bride. Tiffany Orth and Carol Spunaugle of Wichita, friends of the bride, were guest book attendants.

The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father. Amber Russell of Wichita, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Abby Hughes, Kelsey Frey, Page Ladenburger, Jocelyn Cummings, and Libbie Stover.

Ben Carlson of Topeka was the best man. Groomsmen were Nick Carlson, Chris Carlson, Adam Davey, Trent Speaker, and Kyle Wells, all of Topeka.

Avery Carlson of Topeka, cousin of the groom, was the flower girl. Easton Linnens of Wichita, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer.

Scripture reader was Courtney Heerey of Wichita, sister-in-law of the bride.

Guests were seated by Matt Heerey, brother of the bride, and Tim Russell, brother-in-law of the bride, both of Wichita, and T.J. Lorson and Zach Dodson of Topeka, friends of the groom.

A reception following the ceremony was at the church.

The bride graduated college in May with an elementary education degree and a middle school math endorsement and is currently substituting until the couple moves to Wichita in December.

The groom is finishing graduate school at Emporia State and will graduate in December. He will work for Grant Thornton of Wichita as an audit associate, starting in January.

After a honeymoon in Negril, Jamaica, the couple made their home in Emporia.

 

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