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Van De Hey-Landgraf

July 6, 2010

Katie Van De Hey of De Pere and Andy Landgraf of New Berlin were married June 18, 2010, in Wrightstown.

Parents of the bride are Sue Labs of De Pere and the late Dan Van De Hey.

Parents of the groom are Tom and Laurie Landgraf of New Berlin.

The Rev. Dennis Bergsbaken officiated the 3 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception in Green Bay.

The bride wore a long, white dress and carried colorful gerbera daisies.

Maid of honor was Kerrie Van De Hey, sister of the bride.

Bridesmaids are Lynn Piaskowski of De Pere, Lindsey Landgraf of New Berlin, Anne Gauer of Minneapolis, Erica Pichler of Madison and Sarah Bay of Charlotte, N.C.

Best man was Ben Landgraf, brother of the groom.

Groomsmen were Dave Kutil, Blake Villwock, Steve Farina and Joey Boberschmidt, all of New Berlin, and Jesse Van De Hey of De Pere.

Flower girl was Katie Landgraf of New Berlin, sister of the groom.

Ring bearers were Charles and Jason Van De Hey of De Pere.

The bride earned her bachelor's degree in accounting and finance and is in the process of earning her master's degree. She is an accounting professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

The groom earned his bachelor's degree in entrepreneurship. He is the vice president of operations at Boca Grande Capital.

The couple met at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire during their undergraduate college years. They share a love for waterskiing, camping, surfing, scuba diving and popcorn. Andy proposed to Katie while scuba diving 30 feet under water, off the coast of Costa Rica.

The couple will honeymoon in Key West, Fla., for one week

They reside in Milwaukee.

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