Mulchek-Zwicker Wedding


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Posted Online: Dec. 19, 2012, 11:04 am
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Lisa Anne Mulchek, St. Louis, and Kyle Zwicker, Maryville, Ill., were married July 27, 2012, at The Falls, Columbia, Ill. The Rev. Justin Couch officiated the 6 p.m. ceremony. The reception was held at The Falls.
The bride is the daughter of Charles and Donna Mulchek, St. Louis. The groom is the son of Marv and Leslie Zwicker, Orion.
Maid of honor was Denise Quante. Best man was Zachary Miller. Bridesmaids were Rachael Thurman, Kelsey Zwicker, Alyssa Meyer and Jennifer Kingsbury. Ringbearers were Colin Mulchek and Ethan Beach. Groomsmen and ushers were Kory Zwicker, Seth Atkinson, Bobby Aarestad and Paul Mulchek.
Lisa graduated from Notre Dame High School, St. Louis, and Illinois State University, Normal. She is employed as a unit leader at Headway Clubhouse for Crider Health Center, St. Charles, Mo.
Kyle graduated from Orion High School and Illinois State University. He is employed as a sales representative at Central Illinois Trucks, Troy, Ill.
The honeymoon destination was Riviera Maya, Mexico. The couple's new address is Maryville, Ill.














 




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