VanDeWalle-Hunter Wedding


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Posted Online: Dec. 07, 2012, 12:24 pm
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Bridgit Ann VanDeWalle, Moline, and Nicklaus Ryan Hunter, Moline, were married on Nov. 23, 2012, at Maquoketa Citadel, Maquoketa, Iowa. The Rev. James L. Lucy Sr. officiated the 11:30 a.m. ceremony. She was given in marriage by her stepfather, Gary Paulsen Sr., DeWitt, Iowa.
The bride is the daughter of Beth Paulsen, Moline, and Gary Paulsen, DeWitt. She is the granddaughter of Larry and Debby Darnall, Moline. The groom is the son of Jack and Jolie Hunter, Moline. He is the grandson of John and Vicki Schutte, Moline; Eileen Sena, Las Vegas; and Roy and Margret Loo, Riverside, Calif.
Bridgit graduated from Moline High School in 2010 and attended Black Hawk College. She is employed as a CNA at ManorCare, Bettendorf.
Nicklaus graduated from Moline High School in 2009 and attended Black Hawk College. He is stationed with the United States Marine Corps in Fort Leonardwood, Mo.












 




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