Mathews-Maess Wedding


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Posted Online: Feb. 21, 2013, 12:15 pm
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Kerri Mathews and Kevin Maess, both of Aurora, Ill., were married at 4 p.m. Aug. 24, 2012, at Century Memorial Chapel, Naper Settlement, Naperville, Ill. The reception was held at White Eagle Country Club, Naperville.
The bride is the daughter of Matt and Donna Gahm, Lena, Ill.; and John and Kathy Mathews, Beloit, Wis. The groom is the son of George and Sandy Maess, Milan.
Kerri graduated from Illinois State. She is employed as a commercial underwriter at Liberty Mutual in Warrenville, Ill.
Kevin graduated from Illinois State. He is employed as an underwriter at Zurich Insurance, Chicago.
The couple's new address is Aurora. The honeymoon destination was Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.














 



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