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Garrison, Moczygemba wed Nov. 29

Garrison, Moczygemba wed Nov. 29
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Lee Moczygemba

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December 23, 2008
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Jenifer Lyn Garrison and Preston Lee Moczygemba were united in marriage Nov. 29, 2008, in Our Lady of Victory Cathedral in Victoria, Texas. Monsignor Michael Harrold officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Gary W. and Cheryl Garrison of Victoria. She is the granddaughter of Claude and Delores Steen of Victoria, Robert and Paulette Niemann of Bay City, and Mayble Longoria of Victoria and the late Manuel Longoria. She is the great-granddaughter of Alvina Hartman of Victoria and the late Clarence Hartman, and Vlasta Niemann of Victoria and the late Fred Niemann.

Jenifer is a 2006 graduate of Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies. She is employed with the Northeast Independent School District in San Antonio as an eighth-grade math teacher and a seventh-grade volleyball and basketball coach.

The groom is the son of Richard and Carolyn Moczygemba of Victoria. He is the grandson of Irene and Leo Moczygemba Sr. of Hobson and the late Annie and Conrad Moczygemba, formerly of Falls City.

Preston is a 2005 graduate of Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. He is employed by Bury and Partners of San Antonio as a civil engineer.

Julie Franke of Houston attended as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Amanda Bookani of College Station, Candis Meyer of Victoria, Alison Billo of Victoria, Stephanie Richardson of La Vernia, and Laura Westerman of Corpus Christi. Bethany Brzozowske of Victoria, cousin of the bride, attended as the junior bridesmaid.

Kyle Moczygemba of Victoria, brother of the groom, served as best man. Honorary best man was the late Warren Moczygemba, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Travis Grantland of Victoria; Kevan Kuhnel of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Logan Garrison of Victoria, brother of the bride; Casey McBroom of Frisco; and Eddie Kloesel of Victoria. Armando Campos VIII of Winter Park, Fla., cousin of the bride, attended as the junior groomsman.

Annalynn Moczygemba of Panna Maria and Kelsey Bordovsky of Sarita served as the flower girls. Kurt Bordovsky of Sarita served as ring bearer. All are cousins of the groom.

Brent Bongers of Victoria; Leo Moczygemba Jr. of Hobson, uncle of the groom; and Gregory Scheffler and Lance Yosko, both of Poth, served as ushers.

Jason Kutac, Michelle Scheffler, and Rhonda Brzozowske, aunt of the bride, read the readings during the ceremony. Presentation of the gifts were brought by Jerome Kaiser, uncle of the bride; Rebecca Adkison, aunt of the bride; Eunice Kutac, aunt of the groom; and Norman Moczygemba, uncle of the groom. Altar servers were Jared Buckler and Jacob Moehrig. Eucharistic ministers were Shirley Hillyer and Marvin and Janet Scheffler, aunt and uncle of the groom. Kelly Sue Moczygemba, cousin of the groom, sang “Serdeczna Matko” as the bride and groom presented flowers to the Blessed Mother.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a strapless dress with a satin, beaded pearl and crystal bodice with scalloped edging. The A-line skirting was satin with tulle overlay with embellishments of pearl and crystal beaded appliqués throughout the dress. Scalloped edging of pearls and crystals adorned the hem of the dress, which flowed into a chapel-length train. To complement her gown, the bride wore a two-tier fingertip veil adorned with beaded pearl embellishments.

Her bouquet consisted of white roses and red hydrangeas, clustered with green hypericum berries adorned with hyacinths that were tied with an antique lace monteith that belonged to her great-grandmother.

A reception, dinner, and dance followed in the Inez Community Center. Following their trip to the Bahamas, the couple plan to reside in Poth.

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