Van Rees-DeHoedt

                Jade Marla Van Rees and Garrett Lee DeHoedt exchanged marriage vows at 4 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 31, 2018, at Sully First Reformed Church. Pastor Wayne Sneller officiated.

                Parents of the couple are Duane and Marla Van Rees and J.D. and Linda DeHoedt, all of Lynnville. Grandparents of the couple are Donald and Deloris Van Rees of Sully, Bryce and Barbara Vander Wilt of Lynnville, Duke and Colleen DeHoedt of Barnes City, Martha DeWitte, and Dean Lippincott of Brooklyn.

                Macy Lanser sang “I Get to Love You” during the ceremony.

                Harleigh and Emma Walkup were guest book attendants.

                Tara Stout attended her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Leah Van Rees, sister-in-law of the bride; Macy Lanser and Tiffany Fraker, cousins of the bride; Becca Vos; McKenzi Waddell; and Randa DeHoedt, sister of the groom.

                Spencer DeHoedt attended his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Jacob DeHoedt, brother of the groom; Blake Wehrle, Dalton Hay, Madison Hay, Casey Harthoorn, and Eily Vande Krol.

                Ushers were the bride’s brothers, Drew and Kyle Van Rees; and the bride’s brother-in-law, Clint Stout.

                Flower girl was the bride’s niece, Regan Stout. Ring bearer was Rhett Spoelstra.

                The bride’s personal attendants were Kristen Van Der Wilt, Jaylin DeJong, and Shelby Foster.

                Brian and Monica Lanser, the bride’s uncle and aunt, hosted the reception at The Maytag Event Complex in Newton. Music was by Sound Extremes of Monroe. The bride’s cousin, Bret Lanser, announced the wedding party.

                Following a wedding trip to Cap Cana at The Sanctuary in The Dominican Republic, the couple is at home where Garrett built them a house at 608 West Street in Lynnville.

                A 2014 Lynnville-Sully High School graduate and a 2018 Central College graduate, Jade is a special education teacher at Emerson Hough School in Newton. A 2015 Lynnville-Sully High School graduate, Garrett works for Lynnville Construction.

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