Molly Komlofske of Holcomb and Kyle Just of Leoti were married June 9, 2012, at Bible Christian Church in Garden City.
The bride is the daughter of Russell and Michelle Komlofske of Holcomb. Her grandparents are Clarence and Cheryl Burgardt of The Villages, Fla.; Don Komlofske of Garden City; and Kay Aron of Overland Park.
Parents of the groom are the Rev. Rick and Mary Lou Just of Mulvane. His grandparents are Shirley Bowers of Marion; and Eugene and Betty Just of Aulne.
The groom’s father officiated the 4 p.m., double-ring ceremony.
Maid of honor was Mallory Komlofske of Holcomb. Bridesmaids were Trista Fenton of Manhattan; Stephanie Hase and Lauren Moser, both of Lawrence; and Jessica Bates of Winfield.
Best man was Matthew Mehl of Leoti. Groomsmen were Todd Just of Salina; Eric Just of Tecumseh; David Bates of Winfield; and Brent Komlofske of Holcomb.
Flower girls were the groom’s nieces, Adelyn Just of Tecumseh; and Aubryn Just of Salina. Ringbearers were the groom’s nephews, Brayden Just of Tecumseh; and Owen Just of Salina.
Serving as ushers were Lucas McConnell of Newton; Zach Castor of Clearwater; Luke Bowers of Marion; and Bryce Bowers of Burlington.
Pianist was Gina Parr of Garden City. Music selections included Pachelbel’s “Canon in D,” Bach’s “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring,” Clarke’s “Trumpet Voluntary” and Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March.”
The ceremony was followed by a reception, given by the bride’s parents, at the Knights of Columbus in Garden City. Assistants were Lynn Just of Aulne; Tamra Just of El Dorado; Betsy Bunnel of Welda; and Janelle Paden of Newton.
The bride graduated from Southwestern College in May 2012 and is now a student at Asbury Theological Seminary seeking a masters of divinity degree. Her undergraduate study was in religion and philosophy.
The groom graduated from Southwestern College with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He is a physical education teacher.
After a wedding trip to Dripping Springs Resort in Estes Park, Colo., the newlyweds are at home in Wilmore, Ky.