Posted: Dec. 14, 2012 8:32 pm Updated: Jan. 25, 2013 10:15 pm

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Adair are at home in Quincy after honeymooning in Mexico.

Mr. Adair and the former Miss Amy Earnest exchanged wedding vows Oct. 6 in St. Peter Catholic Church.

The bride is a daughter of Kenneth and Sharon Earnest of Quincy. The bridegroom is a son of Carl and Alice Adair, also of Quincy.

The 1 p.m. ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Leo Enlow; the bride was given in marriage by her father. Deanne Zito was vocalist. Also participating were Kara Spalding, sister of the bridegroom, reader; Rhonda Basler, sister of the bridegroom, and Robbie and Joey Basler, gift bearers; and Chuck and Meg Fitch and Tom and Terry Bordewick, Eucharistic ministers.

Matron of honor was Dorie Wheeler Waleszonia. Bridesmaids were Nicole Wheatley, Kelly Terwelp and Shayne Appel.

Best man was Josh Kinney. Groomsmen were Paul Johnson, Brooks Bainter and Brian Earnest, brother of the bride.

Ushers were Chris Fitch and Edward Adair, brother of the bridegroom.

Flower girl was Leah Terwelp and ring bearers were Nathan and Logan Humphrey.

A rehearsal dinner was held Oct. 5 in Tony's Too, hosted by the bridegroom's parents. A reception began at 6 p.m. in the Holiday Inn.

The bride is development director at the Quincy Family YMCA.

The bridegroom is vice president of the State Bank of Lima.


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