Jamie Lyn Kessler and Aaron Robert Dibbens, both of Newton, were married during a 5:30 p.m. June 7, 2008, ceremony at West Zion Mennonite Church in Moundridge.
Jamie Lyn Kessler and Aaron Robert Dibbens, both of Newton, were married during a 5:30 p.m. June 7, 2008, ceremony at West Zion Mennonite Church in Moundridge.Gary Peters, great-uncle of the bride, and John and Marcia Yoder-Schrock officiated the double-ring ceremony.The bride is the daughter of Jay and Vicky Kessler of Moundridge. The groom is the son of Mike Dibbens and Julie Lutgen, both of El Dorado.The bride was escorted by her father.Matron of honor was Sarah Hershberger of Newton. The bride’s attendants were Alisha Thompson of Hutchinson, Amanda Brown of Emporia, Danielle Phillips of Manhattan, Jill Rundquist of Overland Park and Sarah Erb of Manhattan.Best man was brother of the groom Derek Dibbens of Wichita. Groomsmen were Andrew Kessler, brother of the bride of Hutchinson, Josh Stacey of Rogers, Ark., TJ Wyssmann of McPherson, Darryl Diltz of Newton and Greg Enns of Newton.Grandparents of the bride are Betty and the late Doug Nesbitt of Moundridge, and Randy and the late Don Kessler of Moundridge. The groom is the grandson of Bob and Theresa LaForge of El Dorado.For their honeymoon, the couple took a cruise to the Yucatan and Cozumel, Mexico. They reside in Newton.The bride is a graduate of Moundridge High School in Moundridge and Bethel College in North Newton. She is a physical education teacher at Santa Fe Middle School and high school coach in the Newton school district.The groom is a graduate of McPherson High School and Bethel College. He is the virtual prescriptive learning program instructor and coach for Halstead High School.Musicians were Donna Stucky of Newton, pianist/organist; and Liz Quinn of Maize as vocalist.A wedding reception and dance were at the Domestic Arts Building at the State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson. Hosting were the couple’s aunts and uncles, Terry and Shery Kessler of Moundridge, Mike and Valerie Mayta of Wichita, Gregg and Jackie Nesbitt of Warrensburg, Mo., and Greg Bell and Marsha Potter of Hutchinson.