Posted: Oct. 20, 2012 7:17 pm Updated: Dec. 1, 2012 8:15 pm


Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Lee Waack are at home in Plainville after honeymooning in southern Illinois and northwest Kentucky.

Mr. Waack and the former Samantha Fay Drebes Taute, both of Plainville, exchanged wedding vows Aug. 25 at the home of Jr. and Sandra Brown in Clayton.

The bride is a daughter of Steven and Jeanne Drebes of 903 N. 230th, Quincy. The bridegroom is a son of Kimberly Bryant and Jeffrey and Charlotte Waack, all of Payson.

The bride was given in marriage by her son, Grady Dykstra of Plainville, during the 3 p.m. ceremony conducted by the Rev. Ronald Cox.

Attending the bride was Justine Ruths of Liberty. Bridesmaids were Shawna Kenady, sister of the bride; Breanne Taute, daughter of the bride; and Kara Waack, daughter of the bridegroom, all of Plainville.

Best man was Eddie Dieker of Plainville. Groomsmen were Tyler Bryant of Payson, brother of the bridegroom; Zach Schutte of Quincy; and Austin Waack of Plainville, son of the bridegroom.

Ring bearer was Grady Dykstra.

An informal pizza rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bridegroom's father and stepmother, Jeffrey and Charlotte Waack, Aug. 24 at the site of the wedding. A reception began at 6 p.m. in the Machinists Lodge in Quincy.

The bride is a graduate of Seymour High School and John Wood Community College. She is the administrative coordinator of the Adams County Soil and Water Conservation District.

The bridegroom is a graduate of Seymour High School. He is employed by Uppinghouse Bulldozing of Plainville.


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