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Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Wittler PDF Print
Monday, May 23, 2011 10:17 AM

 

Martha Ann Moskal and Gregory N. Wittler were united in marriage on Dec. 18, 2010 at St. Sebastian Catholic Church in Akron, the Rev. Matthew Pfieffer officiating. 

The bride’s parents are Lt. C. John Andrew and Tammy M. Moskal of Carmel, Ind. The groom’s parents are Leroy and Jane Wittler of Fort Jennings.

Nutpial music was provided by organist Lynn Frey-Steward and the St. Sebastian Parish Choir. 

Matron of Honor was Christina Kruithoff of Fishers, Ind., sister of the bride. 

Bridesmaids were Stephanie Ma of San Francisco, Alison Constantine of West Lafayette, Ind., Stephanie Rothrauff of Massillon, Janice Sinsheimer of Evanston, Ill., and Karen Heilman of Indianapolis, all friends of the bride. 

Flower girl was Brooke Kavanaugh of New Baltimore, Mich., Martha’s cousin’s daughter; and the ring bearer was Carder Knebel of Jefferson, Ga., son of the best man. 

Best man was Matthew Knebel of Jefferson, friend of the groom. 

Groomsmen were Timothy Burkhart of Kalida, Mark Rudecki of Findlay, Kyle Diemer of Chicago, Terry Diemer of Toledo and Paul Rudecki of Gahanna, all friends of the groom.

Ushers were John A. Moskal II and James Moskal of Carmel, Ind., brothers of the bride; Darrell Wrasman of Continental, friend of the groom; Christopher Kruithoff of Fishers, brother-in-law of the bride; and Jeremy Smith of Cleveland, friend of the groom.

Lectors were Laura Baird of Columbus, cousin of the groom; and John A. Moskall II.

Grandparents of the bride are Albin Knoblock, Arlene Knoblock and the late Michael and Virginia Moskal. 

Grandparents of the groom are Thelma Hoersten and the late Arthur Hoersten and the late John and Emma Wittler.

A reception was held at Cleveland Marriot Downtown. Following a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple live in Akron.

The bride is a Carmel High School and University of Purdue graduate. She is employed by The Timken Company.

The groom is a graduate of Fort Jennings High School and Bowling Green State University. He is employed at Metro Health Hospital and he is continuing his education at the University of Akron.  

The couple met through an online dating site. They talked via e-mail and IM and over the phone for three weeks before they actually met face-to-face at a Dave and Busters in Cleveland. When Martha first arrived at D & B, she saw a good-looking man standing up against a wall and assumed he was waiting for some other gorgeous girl until it occurred to her he might be waiting on her. She called his cell and when he answered, it was that good-looking man standing against the wall and he had been waiting for Martha. 

 

 

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