Amy Janelle Eitzen and Dean Alan Suderman were married May 17 at Parkview Mennonite Brethren Church in Hillsboro with pastors Tim Sullivan and Gaylord Goertzen officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Alan and Jan Eitzen of Newton and the granddaughter of Margaret Eitzen of Hillsboro. The groom is the son of Orval and Rosella Suderman of Hillsboro.

Matron of honor was Maralyn Stolzfus of Hillsboro. Best man was Marty Dalke of Hillsboro.

Bridesmaids were Erin Dilks of Salina and Nicole Suderman of Hillsboro. Honorary bridesmaid was Tammy Lyon of Topeka.

The bride’s personal attendant was Paula Wiebe of Emporia. Flower girl was Kelli Dyck of Hillsboro, niece of the groom.

Groomsmen were Justin Dyck and Dale Klassen, both of Hillsboro and brothers-in-law of the groom. Ringbearers were Jared Dyck and Brandon Klassen, both of Hillsboro and nephews of the groom.

Ushers were Mark Eitzen of Wichita, brother of the bride; David Unruh of Hillsboro, cousin of the bride; Paul Todd of Auburn; and Kevin Suderman and Dennis Frantz, both of Hillsboro.

Candlelighters were Gail Dyck and Kay Klassen of Hillsboro, both sisters of the groom.

Guestbook attendants were Laura Richert and Jennifer Schroeder, both of Hutchinson.

Gift attendants were Andy and Aaron Klassen of Hillsboro, both nephews of the groom, and Jubal and Echo Shantz of Oklahoma, both cousins of the groom.

Flower attendants were Joy Dalke of Hillsboro and Amanda Edwards of South Dakota.

Musicians were pianist Brenda Jordan and trumpeter Paul Epp, both of Hillsboro, and flutist Jennifer Snesrud of McPherson, cousin of the bride.

“Household of Faith” by Rosasco was previously recorded by the bride and groom and played during the lighting of the unity candle.

Ceremony coordinator was Jennifer Bartel of Hillsboro.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a white A-line satin gown. The halter top of the floor-length gown was embroidered with bead and sequin details. The cathedral-length train, featuring the same details as the bodice, was overlayed with organza and attached to the low, square back with a bow. A white finger-tip veil was held in place by a white, beaded tiara.

The bride and her mother made the bride’s bouquet featuring a cascade of the following silk flowers: off-white and burgundy roses, burgundy ranunculus, periwinkle hydrangea, royal blue bouvardia and off-white wisteria.

The reception was held at the church following the ceremony and hosted by Jennifer Unruh, Alissa Unruh and Nancy Miller, all cousins of the bride.

The bride is a 1995 graduate of Hillsboro High School and attended Tabor College. She is employed at Dale’s Supermarket Inc. in Hillsboro.

The groom is a 1989 graduate of Hillsboro High School and graduated in 1991 from Butler County Community College. He is a farmer.

The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents on May 16 in the fellowship hall at Parkview Church.

Following a honeymoon in South Dakota, the couple resides in Hillsboro.

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