Becky Kliebenstein and David Cradler, both of Madison, were united in marriage on Aug. 6, 2011, at 1 p.m. at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Truman. Fr. Monte Robinson officiated the ceremony.
Parents of the bride are Joe and Irma Kliebenstein, Truman. Parents of the groom are Mike and Ann Cradler, Lake Mills.
Bridesmaids were Sheryl Kliebenstein, Madison, sister of the bride; Deanna Gajewski, Mount Horeb, sister of the bride; and Alicia Kopp, Prairie du Sac, sister of the bride. Best man was Bill Guetschow, Madison, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Joe Lampe, Waunakee, friend of the groom, and Chris McGrath, Madison, friend of the groom.Ushers were Josh Kopp, Prairie du Sac, brother-in-law of the bride, and Stephen Cradler, Hawaii, brother of the groom.
Readers were Becky Doyle Mora, Truman, friend of the bride, and Sarah Cooksey, Wales, aunt of the groom.
Music was provided by John Cradler, Washington D.C., tuba, brother of the groom; trumpet was by Scott Bruer, Reedsburg, friend of the bride, and Zachery MasaMyers, Platteville; trombone was by Mark Ramthun, Dodgeville, co-worker of the bride; French horn was by Joe Cradler, nephew of the groom; vocalists were Jessica Cooksey and Alice Cooksey, nieces of the groom, Wales; and pianist was Sarah Cradler, Washington D.C.
A cupcake and punch reception was held at the church immediately following the ceremony. An after party was held that evening at Tex Tubb’s Cactus Ranch, Madison.
The bride is an English teacher for the Dodgeville Schools and the groom is employed at Full Compass in Madison where they reside.