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Friday, October 30, 2020

Weddings: When Love Triumphs Over COVID

Brother-in-law Aaron Barnett (center) served as pastor and presided over ceremonies in the marriage of Rebecca Cassidy and Michael Roggeman.

While the 2020 wedding season may have taken a hard hit with COVID this year, many brides and their families discovered the silver lining that simpler and smaller ceremonies could be just as memorable.  Backyard weddings offered the opportunity to incorporate lots of extra benefits – the beauty of nature, the ease of informality and the blessings of pets. Open air settings allowed for appropriate social distancing as well.

Indian Hill Living is pleased to share the good news of two local families who celebrated weddings in the Village over the summer.

Congratulations to Howard and Kathryn Jinkinson, who celebrated the June 14 marriage of their daughter Jeannette Jinkinson to Kyle VanDruten. 

Jeannette is a 2013 graduate of Indian High School and currently teaches fourth grade math in the Norwood school district.  Kyle VanDruten is the son of Christi and Larry VanDruten of Alexandria, Kentucky.  The new Mr. and Mrs. VanDruten reside in Norwood.

Jeannette Jinkinson and Kyle VanDruten were married on June 

Another beautiful wedding was held at the home of Mary and Rob Cassidy in early July with the marriage of Rebecca Cassidy to Michael Roggeman.  Rebecca is a 2020 graduate of Miami Valley Christian Academy.  Michael is the son of Carol and Steve Roggeman of North Aurora, Illinois.

Father of the bride Rob Cassidy leads daughter Rebecca Cassidy, followed by flower girl and bride’s niece Rebecca Barnett

Congratulations and best wishes to the happy couples!

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