Lacy, Vogt exchange wedding vows April 7

Diane K. Lacy and John K. Vogt were married April 7 at the First Christian Church in McPherson, with pastor Neil Engle officiating the double-ring ceremony.

Parents of the couple are William C. and Lois E. Hess of Lyons and Jerold W. and Karleen J. Vogt of Hillsboro.

Glenna Balsick of McPherson served as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Tammy Wann, friend of the bride, of Mustang, Okla. Junior bridesmaid was Jessica Lacy, daughter of the bride.

C. J. Dawes of Hesston was the best man. Groomsman was Larry Yianakopulos of McPherson. Junior groomsman was Tyler Lacy, son of the bride.

Ushers were Todd Vogt, Todd Wann, Alex Whitehill and Matt Wescott. Guestbook attendant was Lori Pauley, and gift carrier was Rachael Kaegi.

Recorded musical pieces performed were “Your Love Amazes Me” by Lonestar and “Grow Old with Me” by Mary Chapin Carpenter.

The bride wore a floor-length white/ivory gown with lacy long sleeves, a scoop neck with a bow and long tails and an open back. The beaded flowery lace handmade veil, by a designer in Salina, was made to match the dress.

The bride’s bouquet of mixed flowers, accented by beads, baby breath and greenery, and the flowers for the ceremony and reception, were designed by Sheila Grimes, the bride’s sister-in-law.

A champaign reception, supper and a dance, with the disc jockey were held following the ceremony at the American Legion in McPherson.

The bride is a graduate of Lyons High School, Hutchinson Community College and McPherson College. She is employed as sales manager by Midway Motors of McPherson.

The groom is a graduate of Hillsboro High School and Tabor College. He is employed as frozen food and dairy manager at Vogt’s IGA in Hillsboro.

The couple plans to take a cruise to the Bahamas with the children next spring.

A rehearsal dinner hosted by the groom’s parents was served at the Pear Tree Restaurant in McPherson.

The couple reside at 1113 Eastmoor in McPherson.

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