Wedding.Bell.Beucler 12.23.09

Written by David Green.

Joey Bell and Stacy Beucler were united in marriage Sept. 26, 2009, at Christ Community Church in Ridgeville, Ohio. Pastor Don Barnett performed the ceremony.wedding.bell.jpg

Chrissy Bell, niece of the groom, of Morenci, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sam Bigger, friend of the bride, of Wauseon, Ohio, and sisters of the bride, Abbey Beucler of Stryker, Ohio, and Shelly Schrock of Archbold, Ohio. Kearsten Roehl, friend of the bride and groom, of Wauseon, served as flower girl.

Lonnie Lehman, friend of the groom, of Paulding, Ohio, served as best man. Groomsmen were Josh Zuver, friend of the groom, of Wauseon; Jim Bell, brother of the groom, of Morenci; and Justin Bell, nephew of the groom, also of Morenci. Matt Schrock, brother-in-law of the bride, of Archbold, was an usher and Jordan Bell, son of the groom, was ring bearer.

Special music was performed by Arminda Whitlock. Cortney Bell, niece of the groom, was guest book attendant.

A reception followed the ceremony at the Kissell Building in West Unity, Ohio.

Joey is the son of Fran and Jerry Bell of Morenci. He graduated from Morenci Area High School in 1994 and is employed at Johns Manville.

Stacy is the daughter of Lee and Annette Beucler of Stryker, Ohio. She graduated from Living Word Christian School in 2001 and is employed at Lightning Quick Gas-N-Go.

After a honeymoon trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., the couple has made their home in Morenci.

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