Wedding.pummel.werner 5.13.09

Written by David Green.

Kelly Shane Pummell and Alissa Leigh Werner, both of Cincinnati, Ohio, were united in marriage Nov. 14, 2008, at Crossroads Church in Cincinnati. Pastor Chuck Mingo and the Rev. J.W. Lofgren, grandfather of the bride, performed the ceremony.wedding.pummell.werner.jpg

Jodi Hannan, sister of the bride, served as the honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Cheney Gundersen, cousin of the bride;  and Jessica Avery, Kim Johnson and Kelly Obarski, friends of the bride.

Ty Averill, cousin of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Derek Fankhauser and Tim Phipps, friends of the groom; Alex Pummell, brother of the groom; and Aidan Hamner, nephew of the groom. Ryan and Jake Hannan, nephews of the bride, were ring bearers.

Alissa is the daughter of Gary and Lois Werner of Massillon, Ohio. She graduated from Perry High School and is employed by Nielsen.

Kelly is the son of Dale and Jody Pummell of Morenci. He graduated from Morenci Area High School and is employed by Crossroads Church.

The couple resides in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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