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Korb, Peckham wed in Richland Center

Korb, Peckham wed in Richland Center

Addie and Will Peckham

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POSTED December 11, 2018 11:24 a.m.

Addie Olivia Korb and Will Edmund Peckham were joined in Holy Matrimony at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Richland Center. The July 7, 2018, ceremony was officiated by Fr. Emmanuel Stella Famiyeh. Parents of the couple are Jim and Julie Korb, and Paul and Julie Peckham, all of Richland Center.

Addie chose her sister, Anna Korb, as her maid of honor and her friend, Alexandra Crain, as her bridesmaid. Will’s longtime best friend, Joe McGlynn, served as his best man, while Will’s brothers, Jesse Peckham and John Paul Peckham, served as his groomsmen. Ushers included Brandon Brewer, Hunter Mathews and Adam Mortimer. Will’s nephews, Benjamin Peckham and Jack Stanek, performed the duties of ring bearers.

Music for the ceremony was provided by Will’s siblings: Janie Manke on piano and vocals, John Paul Peckham on piano, and Jesse Peckham on organ. The mother of the bride, Julie Korb, sang the Alleluia, while Will’s father, Paul Peckham, played guitar and sang. Rosemarie and Greg Peckham, aunt and uncle of the groom, sang as well. The readings were done by Julie Witherell, aunt of the bride, Elizabeth Green, sister of the groom, and Greg Peckham, uncle of the groom.

After the ceremony, family and friends celebrated at the Wisconsin Riverside Resort in Spring Green, Wisconsin. A surprise song, that told the story of Addie and Will’s courtship, was performed by Will’s father and siblings. 

Addie graduated from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2016 and is employed as a clinical lab scientist at Mercy Hospital in Dubuque. Will is a 2016 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and is a machining engineer for John Deere Dubuque Works. The couple make their home in Dickeyville, Wisconsin.

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