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Stuckenschneider – Deimeke wedding

Posted on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 1:36 pm

Jina-&-Scott-Wedding-PhotoJina Stuckenschneider and Scott Deimeke were married on October 11, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Martinsburg, Missouri.  Rev. Lyndon Jong officiated the ceremony with Rev. Greg Oligschlaeger as preceding priest. A reception followed the ceremony at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Martinsburg.
The bride is the daughter of Gary and Sherry Stuckenschneider of Martinsburg.  The groom is the son of Clarence and Janice Deimeke of Laddonia. The matron of honor was Jill Henry, sister of the bride.  Bridesmaids were Amber Barringer, Katie Milhollin, Jamie StClair, and Amanda Beshears all friends of the bride.   The flower girl was Bristol Curtis, cousin of the bride.  The best man was Keith Deimeke, brother of the groom.  Groomsmen were Bryan Deimeke, brother of the groom, Justin Stuckenschneider, brother of the bride, Michael Robinson and Kyle Fennewald, both friends of the groom.  The ushers were Phillip Troesser, friend of the groom, Aaron Wieberg cousin of the groom, and Mitchell Aulbur, friend of the groom. The ring bearer was Gibson Davis, nephew of the groom.
The bride was given in marriage by her father.  Jina wore an ivory classic strapless lace A-line gown with a side split. The strapless bodice was adorned with ornate lace detail that led to a side split towards the bottom of the dress featuring a tulle insert and led into a chapel train.
The bride’s bouquet consisted of blue delphinium, ivory roses, white hydrangeas, lavendar stock, cocks comb, and green trick.  The bottom of the bouquet was wrapped with burlap and lace.  Also included on the bouquet were wedding photo charms of the couple’s grandparents and parents.
Jina is a 2008 graduate of Community R-VI High School and a 2013 graduate of Columbia College in Columbia, Mo.  She is currently employed at the Martinsburg Farmers Elevator in Martinsburg.  Scott is a 2005 graduate of Community R-VI High School and a 2008 graduate of Ozarks Technical Community College in Springfield, Mo.  He is a self-employed farmer and co-owner of Deimeke Seed.
The couple is currently residing in Mexico, Mo.