ESCANABA - Rodney Edward Popour and Kimberly Ann Cline of Escanaba were united in marriage during a ceremony that took place at the Plumbers and Pipefitter' Hall in Escanaba on March 22. Rev. Leo Evans presided at the late afternoon ceremony.
A reception in honor of the couple followed at the Eagles Club.
The bride selected her sister, Renee Frappier, to serve as her matron of honor. Bridesmaids included: Kristie Smith, April Chaillier, Julie Bricker, Crystal Kelmer, Carrie LaFave, Tricia Aaberg, Kari Jack, and Becky Arkens, all friends of the bride; and Shannon Castle, cousin of the bride; Ashley Frappier and Jaymie Frappier, both nieces of the bride; and Abbi Popour, daughter of the groom. Junior bridesmaids were Shalie Popour and Kadence Popour, nieces of the groom.
Rodney and Kimberly Popour
Homer Joslin IV, a friend of the groom, stood as Rodney's best man. Groomsmen were: Louie Miller, Clarence Sears, Ryan Weber, Allen Dalgord, and Bill Arkens; all friends of the groom; Colten Shampine, son of the groom; Cody Frappier, nephew of the bride; and the groom's brothers, Derek Popour and Josh Popour. Junior groomsman was Parker Frappier, nephew of the bride.
Flower girl and ring bearer were Jerzie Frappier, niece of the bride, and Bryson Popour, nephew of the groom.
Kimberly was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Jeff Frappier. Mother of the bride, Frances Cline, was escorted by Nathan Robitaille.
Kimberly is the daughter of Frances and the late Donald Cline of Escanaba. She is employed at North Bluff Chiropractic and Bishop Noa Nursing Home.
The son of Paula Hough and Rodney H. Popour of Manistique, Rodney works for Green Bay Lead and Olsen & Olsen Building Contractors.
Following a honeymoon trip to Iowa Park in Texas, the newlyweds are making their home in Escanaba.