XBOARDMAN -- The Rev. Dane Meuschke officiated as Stephanie Lynn Kibler, a daughter of Robert and Mary Kibler, 7967 Sigle Lane, Poland, and Joel Philip Gensler, a son of Jack and Debora Gensler, 403 N. Defiance St., Stryker, were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Aug. 5 at Good Hope Lutheran Church.
Before leaving on a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple were honored at a reception held at Mr. Anthony's in Boardman. They live at 33 Fieldstone, Poland.
A chapel-length sash and train added back interest to the bride's strapless princess-style gown of white satin.
Jen Callery, the honor attendant, wore a European berry-colored gown, as did the bridesmaids, Lynn Wisniewski, the bride's cousin; Jodie and Julie Grime, the groom's sisters; Kallie Gensler, his sister-in-law; Kerri Savaet; Shannon Dooling; and Susan Phan, and the junior bridesmaid, Darian Oberlin, the groom's niece. Flower girls were Lydia Grime and Kiera Gensler, also his nieces.
Jamie Gensler was best man for his brother, and groomsmen were Greg Kibler, the bride's brother; Jamie and Lonny Grime, the groom's brothers-in-law; Jordan Ruffer; Nick Short; Tony Eichelberger; and Brent Christman. Ushers were Scott Hartley and Tom Short.
The bride, a pharmacist with St. Elizabeth Health Center, graduated from the University of Toledo with a doctor of pharmacy degree. The groom graduated from Northwest State Police Academy in Archbold and is a deputy sheriff with Mahoning County Sheriff's Office.

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