Riegel, Dubis marry in summer wedding

  • Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Provided Kevin Thomas Dubis and Kathleen Ann Riegel wed on June 14 in Summerville.

Kathleen Ann Riegel of Sturgis, Mich. and Kevin Thomas Dubis of Worcester, Mass. were married June 14, 2014 at Bethany United Methodist Church in Summerville. Dr. Robert J. Howell officiated.

The bride is mother to Patti (Daniel) Daily of McDonald, Penn., and Connie (Thomas) McDavid of Summervillle. She is grandmother to Kathleen McDavid (Jeffrey) Muthig and Catherine McDavid.

The groom is father to Mark (Beth) Dubis of Jackson, Tenn.; Marla (Edward) Boots of Henderson, N.C.; and Sharon Dubis of Arlington, Va. He is grandfather to Benjamin Dubis, Matthew Dubis, Cyndi Boots, Kimberly Boots and Krystal Boots.

The bride was given away by her sons-in-law Thomas McDavid and Daniel Daily. The attendants were Joanne Miller and Faye Campbell. The best man was Mark Dubis. Ushers included Wayne Moore, Edward Boots and Michael Dubis.

The bride is a 1974 graduate of Indiana University and the groom is a 1956 graduate of The Citadel. Both are retired.

The couple will make their home in Summerville.

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