Rauch-Vretis Engagement


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Posted Online: April 24, 2013, 1:00 pm
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Announcement is made of the engagement of Alyssa Rauch, Eldridge, and Ryan Vretis, Moline. She is the daughter of Kraig and Sue Rauch, Eldridge. He is the son of Sue Adams and John Vretis, Moline.
The couple will be married on June 1, 2013, at Saint Paul Lutheran, Davenport. The reception will be held at the Radisson, Davenport.
Alyssa graduated from Davenport North High School in 2007 and the University of Iowa in 2011 with a degree in finance. She is employed at Von Maur corporate office, Davenport.
Ryan graduated from Moline High School in 2006 and St. Ambrose University in 2010 with degrees in accounting and finance. He is employed at John Deere.














 



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