Wedding: Harder-Gibson

12/22/2012

Catherine Elizabeth Harder and David Wayne Gibson, both of Garden City, were married on July 21, 2012, at the First United Methodist Church in Garden City.

Catherine Elizabeth Harder and David Wayne Gibson, both of Garden City, were married on July 21, 2012, at the First United Methodist Church in Garden City.

Parents of the bride are Doug and Brenda Harder of Garden City. Parents of the groom are Gregg and Alice Gibson of Olsburg. Grandparents of the bride are Dr. Asel and Joanne Harder of Garden City. The wedding was officiated by Rev. David Bell in a double ring ceremony.

Catherine was given in marriage by her father, Douglas.

The wedding party included: Brittary Barrett, maid of honor; Lauren Deaver, Priscilla Antony, Kendra Cooper and Kara Tenpenny, bridesmaids; Russell Webster and Tanner Monroe, best men; Adrian Carmichael, Travis Lemay, Derek Cooper and Russell Harder, groomsmen; Jared Fronce, Nick Hargrave and Joseph Hubbard, ushers; Logann Williams, flower girl, and Micah Winters, ringbearer.

Music was provided by Katie Pearson and Don Clark.

Reception was given by the parents of the couple at The Fiesta Courtyard in Garden City.

The bride graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Emporia State University and is a kindergarten teacher at Gertude Walker Elementary School. The groom also attended Emporia State University and is a building specialist with Cleary Building Corp.

After a honeymoon to Colorado, the couple are at home in Garden City.

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