Posted: Feb. 2, 2013 5:11 pm Updated: Mar. 16, 2013 6:15 pm

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Rettke are at home in Pekin after honeymooning in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Mr. Rettke, of Pekin, and the former Miss Trisha Tenhouse, of Peoria, exchanged wedding vows Aug. 31 at the Ambiance in Quincy.

The bride is a daughter of Alan and Connie Tenhouse of 1247 W. Lakeshore Drive, Fowler. The bridegroom is a son of Rick Rettke Sr. of Peoria and Frank and Diane Norris of Pekin.

The bride was given in marriage by her father during the 6 p.m. ceremony conducted by the Rev. Steven Disseler.

Matron of honor was Amy Tenhouse of Arlington, Va., sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mandy Gooding of Hamilton, Kate Schander of Peoria and Annie Harezlak of Wenona. Junior bridesmaid was Lainee Rettke of Pekin, daughter of the bridegroom.

Best man was Jason Gallup of Morton. Groomsmen were Troy Kaufmann of Pekin, brother-in-law of the bridegroom; Ross Tenhouse of Liberty, brother of the bride; and Scott Palanos of Washington, Ill. Junior groomsman was Zach Berhends of Pekin, nephew of the bridegroom.

Ushers were Marc Nguyen of Arlington, brother-in-law of the bride, and James Vogel of Fowler, godson and cousin of the bride.

Flower girls were Olivia Kaufmann of Pekin, niece of the bridegroom, and Maylee Tenhouse of Liberty, niece of the bride.

Frank and Diane Norris hosted a rehearsal dinner Aug. 30 in Tony's Too. A reception was held in the Ambiance, beginning with a cocktail hour at 6:30 p.m. A wedding brunch was held Sept. 1 at the bride's parents' home.

The bride is a speech language pathologist for Professional Therapy Services in Peoria.

The bridegroom is a registered nurse, clinical nurse specialist at Kindred Hospital in Peoria.


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