Wed in July Amy Ageton and Brian Kniffen, both of Arvada, CO, were united in marriage on July 13, at the Congregational United Church of Christ in Vermillion. The Rev. Dr. Ann Bolson officiated.
Parents of the couple are Gary and Kathy Ageton of Battle Creek, NE, and Samuel and Jane Kniffen of Vermillion.
Heidi Adams of Norfolk and Dr. Jack Noble of Vermillion provided music. Reader was Leanne Miller of Lincoln, NE.
The maid of honor was Cathy Montgomery of Des Moines, IA. Matron of honor was Heather Venner of Arvada, CO. Bridesmaids were Tracy Voigt of Avon, and Erin Patton of Lincoln. The flower girl was Brooke Carmack of Lincoln.
The best man was Keith Kniffen of Houston, TX. Groomsmen were Paul Carmack of Lincoln, Brock Wolff of Lima, OH, and John Berke of Albert Lea, MN. Ringbearer was Samuel Craig of Vermillion.
Serving as ushers were Chris Ageton of Lincoln, Brian Ageton of Omaha, Dirk Huizenga of Denver, and Dave Souza of Tampa, FL.
A reception followed the ceremony at Eagles Club in Vermillion. The event was hosted by Diane and Scott Long of Cedar Rapids, IA. Chelsea King of Vermillion attended the guest book. Helping serve were Ardith Forbes of Dell Rapids, Michelle Long of Cedar Rapids, and Peggy Sellin and Kim Meyer of Battle Creek, NE.
The couple lives in Arvada, CO, and plans a wedding trip through the Pacific Northwest and Canadian Rockies.
The bride, a graduate of Battle Creek High School, earned a bachelor's degree in human resources from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is employed by Colorado Mills in Lakewood, CO.
The groom, a graduate of Vermillion High School, earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from The University of South Dakota. He is employed as a software engineer for Invensys Baan of Golden, CO.