Barnhart – Fishburn
PINCKNEY, Mich. – Kristin Kaye Barnhart and David William Fishburn were married on June 25. The ceremony was held on the patio at the Terrace Bay Hotel. Debbie Leisner, aunt of the bride, officiated the ceremony. A reception celebrating the newlyweds followed in the Terrace Bay Hotel ballroom.
Kristin is the daughter of Curt and Becky Barnhart of Escanaba. She is a 2009 graduate of Escanaba High School and a 2013 graduate of Northern Michigan University. Kristin is employed at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center in Ann Arbor as a surgical technologist.
David is the son of Michael and Cathy Fishburn of Chelsea, Mich. He is a 2006 graduate of Chelsea High School. David is employed at a property management group in Dexter, Mich.
Kristin’s best friend, Tara Myers-Zubke was matron of honor. Danielle Leisner, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Friends of the bride, Heidi Nolde and Shannon Swanson were bridesmaids. Addison Corell, cousin of the bride, was the junior bridesmaid.
David’s friend, Joe Welton, was the best man. Jason Aguirre and Bill Hayes, both friends of the groom, along with Lucas Barnhart, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Gerrit Corell, cousin of the bride, was the junior groomsman.
Ryan Fishburn, nephew of the groom, and Haley Boudreau, friend of the bride, were the ring bearer and flower girl.
The couple honeymooned in Key West, Fla., and are making their home in Pinckney, Mich.
Beck – Worth
GLADSTONE – Timothy David Worth married his soulmate Rebecca Lynn Beck on Aug. 27 at the Getzloff Farm in Wilson. The ceremony was officiated by Coston Smauley of Escanaba.
The bride is the daughter of Linda Little of Gladstone and Thomas Beck of Long Beach, Calif. The groom is the son of William and Linda Worth of Escanaba. The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a champagne colored ball gown, and carried a bouquet of pink, yellow, and white roses adorned by an antique button from the wedding dress of the groom’s grandmother.
In lieu of gifts, the couple requested donations to their favorite local charity, the Delta Animal Shelter.
Following a reception at the barn, the couple spent a few fun days at Wisconsin Dells, and plan to live in Gladstone with their dogs, cats, and tortoise.
Chappell – Coleman
GREEN BAY, Wis. – Sean Coleman and Jessica Chappell were united in marriage July 23, 2016 at First Lutheran Church in Gladstone in a ceremony officiated by Pastor Tom Otis.
The bride is the daughter of Brian Chappell of Texas, and Joanne Snowaert of Tennessee. The groom is the son of Sean and Karyn Coleman of Gladstone.
Alexis Coleman, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. Jaime Snowaert and Jocelyn Morris, sisters of the bride, served as bridesmaids.
Justin Alworden served as best man. Nick Sigan Jr., cousin of the groom, and Todd Deloria served as groomsmen. Ushers were Jake Snowaert and Nick Sigan Sr., uncle of the groom. Dani Toyras, cousin of the groom served as flower girl and David Toyras, cousin of the groom served as ring bearer.
The couple resides in Green Bay, Wis.
Tryan – Vietzke
RAPID RIVER – Tiffany Tryan became the bride of Mikayel Vietzke during a 2 p.m. ceremony at their home in Rapid River on Aug. 6. The reception was held at the Terrace Bay Inn and for the honeymoon, the newlyweds are taking a West Coast road trip.
Tiffany’s parents are Ron and Diane Tyran of Escanaba and Mikayel’s parents are Carl and Vicki Logan of Harvard, Ill.
The maid of honor in the wedding was Tiffany’s cousin Shawna Bryant and Duncan McArthur, the groom’s best friend, served as the best man.
Bridesmaids included Brielle DuPont, Melinda Verbrigghe, Rachael Bergeon, Ashley Moore, Payton Gustafson, Brooke Nolde, and Akayshia Logan. Groomsmen included Zack Doonan, Randy Tauke, Chad Verbrigghe, Jared Bodi, Justin Geiser, Luke Balthazar, and Jason Gustafson.
The flower girl for the ceremony was Evelyn Orth, while Carson Wagner was the ring bearer.
Tiffany graduated with a nursing degree from Bay College this year and is currently employed as as an LPN at UP Health Systems Pediatric Clinic. Mikayel graduated from Northern Michigan University in 2012 with a degree in management construction. He is employed at Miller Pipeline as a general foreman.
The couple resides in Rapid River.