Rachelle Goldsby of Hillsboro and Michael Heatwole of Topeka were married April 6, 2013, at Hillsboro United Methodist Church in Hillsboro. The 4 p.m., double-ring ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Morita Truman.
The bride is the daughter of Alan and Michelle Goldsby of Hillsboro. Her grandparents are Marion and Jennie Goldsby of Lenora; Lyman David of Lenora; and Raymond and Ardith Scheetz of Clayton.
The groom is the son of Doug and Theresa Heatwole of Garden City. His grandparents are Loretta Seibel of Eads, Colo.; and Franklyn and Esther Heatwole of LaJunta, Colo.
Maid of honor was Heather Goldsby, the bride's sister from Olathe. Bridesmaids were Suzy Lindsay of Hillsboro; Shelby Heatwole, the groom's sister from Garden City; Shelbie Smith of Manhattan; and Niki Caro of Hollywood, Calif. Junior bride was Hailee Scheetz of New Amelo.
Best man was Mitch Watson of Lawton, Okla. Groomsmen were Mark Prieb of Wichita; Travis Stoneburgh of Manhattan; Alan Schwengler of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Charlie Wilson of Garden City.
Candlelighters were Kayla Scheetz of North Platte, Neb.; and Kaylee Thibault of Lawrence.
Flower girls were Mackenzie Goldsby of Salina; and Sophia Goldsby of Olathe. Ringbearers were Patrick Bailey and Greyson Bailey, both of Wabaunsee; and Kaden Goldsby of Salina.
Serving as ushers were Matt Legg of Dodge City; Jake Bontrager of Plano, Texas; Alex Jost of Ellis; and Steven Carpio of Yuma, Colo.
Organist was Andrea Springer of Gretna, Neb. Soloist was Maria Loewen of Andover. Music selections included "I Will Be Here," "Parents Prayer" and "Household of Faith."
A reception, given by the bride's parents, took place at Meridian Center in Newton. Assistants were Samantha Raymer and Meghan Cummings, both of Wichita.
The bride graduated from Kansas State University in 2012 with a degree in hotel and restaurant management.
The groom graduated from Kansas State University in 2012 with a degree in industrial engineering. He is employed by MARS Incorporated, Topeka.
After a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the newlyweds are at home in Topeka.