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Mundil / Grauer

Tuesday, December 6, 2005

Gayle Mundil and Jared Grauer were married Sept. 10, 2005 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church in Uehling. Gayle's longtime high school friend, the Reverend Katie Low, officiated the ceremony.

Parents of the couple are Edward and Joan Mundil of Hooper, Neb. and Keith and Linda Grauer of Cherokee. The groom's grandparents are Shirley and the late Kenneth Skadeland of Cherokee, and Vernon and Rhoda Grauer of Marcus. The bride's grandparents are the late Virgil and Lucille Sila of West Point, Neb.

The bride wore a strapless satin gown with a beaded lace overlay and a split front with a sweep train. She wore a pearl tiara and a mid length veil made by the bride and her mother. The bridal bouquet consisted of Grandma Sila's handkerchief along with freedom red and white roses, ivy, and white stephanotis.

Standing up for the bride were sisters, Tammie Mundil as maid of honor and Janel Boeh as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Kerry Black, Keisha Aufenkamp, Sara Aschoff, and Jennifer Grauer. They wore full-length claret gowns similar in style to the bride's dress with a chiffon overlay and matching shawls. Christa Lux was the flower girl. The flowers were arranged by Joan Mundil, primarily using shades of pink, white, and cranberry.

The groom wore a freedom three button tuxedo with a fullback vest in platinum. Standing up for the groom was Gerry Alesch as best man. Groomsmen were Casey Jenkins, Dale Mundil, Preston Boeh, and Kevin Lux. Devin Lux was the ring bearer. They wore matching tuxedos with claret red vests.

Ushers were Roger Nadrchal and Kevin Skadeland. Stacey Steffensmeier and Carrie Lux were personal attendants to the bride. Pianist was Kim Mundil. Janice and Joseph Mundil were the host couple.

The couple rode away in the groom's restored 1974 Chevy Nova. The reception was held at the Hooper Auditorium with live music by Side Step.

Following the honeymoon trip to Hawaii, the couple will reside in Omaha.