Suderman, Sanders marry in Marion

Claire A. Suderman of Kansas City and David J. Sanders of Bremerton, Wash., were married Sept. 4 in a double-ring ceremony at Emmanuel Baptist Church of Marion with pastor Alden Dick of Buhler officiating.

Parents of the couple are Gib and Elaine Suderman of Hillsboro and Jerry and Lois Sanders of Coulee City, Wash.

Carrie Horn, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Carolyn Horn, niece of the bride, was a junior bridesmaid. Kenadee Loomis and Kylahn Heritage, nieces of the groom, were the flower girls.

David Bryant of Bremerton was the best man. Ushers were Joel Suderman, uncle of the bride, and Ryan Suderman, cousin of the bride.

Music was provided by Princess Harris on the hammered dulcimer. Lavella Kilpatrick sang “The Lord’s Prayer” and “If You Could See What I See,” accompanied by Carla Koslowsky on the piano.

A reception hosted by Dwayne and Diane Claassen and coordinated by Lavella Kilpatrick was held in the fellowship hall.

Among the out-of-state guests were five of the groom’s six sisters from Washington, California, Idaho and North Dakota; Chuck and Dotty Dick of Montana, uncle and aunt of the bride; and the families of Wyatt and Lori Flory and Sheri Dick of Billings, Mont.

The couple honeymooned through the Grand Canyon and Zion National Parks on their way to Bremerton, where they reside.

The bride graduated from Trinity Bible College in 1992 and has worked in various retirement centers in Sioux City, Iowa, Kansas City and Hillsboro over the last 12 years. The groom graduated from Trinity Bible College in 1995 and has lived and worked in Washington for the last 10 years.

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