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Kuebler-Carman - wedding

Kathryn Ruth Kuebler and Zachary Andrew Carman were married at Dahlonega United Methodist Church on Oct. 9, 2010. Pastor Jeff Ross of Dahlonega conducted the wedding.

The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jeffery and Susan Kuebler of Marietta. She is the granddaughter of Tom Pyron of Jasper and the late Jennie Pyron of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. Don and Molly Kuebler of Peachtree City. She is a graduate of Sprayberry High School, and has a bachelor of arts from North Georgia College and State University.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don and Patricia Carman of Peachtree City. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John and Mary Dobbs of Jacksonville, Florida, and of Mrs. Carolyn Carman and the late Claud Carman of Conyers. He is a graduate of McIntosh High School and has a bachelor of science from Kaplan University.

The bride, escorted by her father, wore a strapless informal gown of ivory satin, trimmed in a chocolate ribbon with decorative beading. She carried an autumnal bouquet with asiatic lilies, roses and gerber daisies.

Jennifer Sandlin of Grantville served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Erin Caldwell of Dawsonville and Meghann Barry of Augusta. The flower girl was Abigail Sandlin, also of Grantville.

Duncan Munn of Warner Robins served as best man. Groomsmen were the groom’s father, Don Carman of Peachtree City, and T.J. Montgomery of Newnan.

Following the ceremony a dinner reception was held at the Oar House in Dahlonega.

Mr. and Mrs. Carman honeymooned in Helen and now reside in Newnan.

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