Posted: Nov. 3, 2012 6:10 pm Updated: Dec. 15, 2012 8:15 pm


Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Fecht are at home in Hudson after honeymooning in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

Mr. Fecht and the former Miss Jenna Wilson exchanged wedding vows at 5 p.m. Sept. 22 in Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomington.

The bride is a daughter of Lynn and Debbie Wilson of Normal. The bridegroom, of Bloomington, is a son of Jerry and Lynn Fecht of Carthage.

The bride was given in marriage by her parents; Camilla Hempstead officiated.

Maid of honor was Andrea Wilson of Normal and matron of honor was Stacey Tompkins of Hudson, both sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids were Kati Call of Orlando, Fla., and Brandy Fecht of Carthage, sister of the bridegroom.

Best man was Kelum Fecht of Carthage, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Eric Rabe of Mendon, uncle of the bridegroom; Matthew Wrage of Emden; and Michael Harrell of Carthage.

Ushers were Travis Wilson of Normal, brother of the bride; Kirby Fecht of Carthage, cousin of the bridegroom; and Tanner Tompkins of Hudson, nephew of the bride.

Flower girl was Kenzie Keyser of Mackinaw, and ring bearer was Skyler Tompkins of Hudson, nephew of the bride.

A reception was held in the U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington.

The bride earned a bachelor of arts degree from Lincoln College in Normal. She is a marketing and communications manager at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington.

The bridegroom earned a bachelor of science degree in ag business and a master of arts degree in economics from Western Illinois University. He is a refined fuels product trader at Growmark in Bloomington.


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