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S: Mr. & Mrs. Drew Rodine

FC: Mr. & Mrs. Rodine | July 10, 2010

2: Grace Lutheran Church Hebron, NE | Pastor Keith Brozek

3: First Look

6: Grandma Kassebaum | Grandpa & Grandma Schweitzer

7: Grandpa & Grandma Bankson | Grandma Rodine

8: W E D D I N G

9: P A R T Y

10: Maid of Honor | Matron of Honor

11: Best Man | Brothers

12: The Girls

13: The Guys

15: Ring Bearers | Flower Girls

16: Vocalists | Program Attendants | Musician | Guest Book Attendants

17: Candlelighters | Ushers

18: Personal Attendants

22: The Kassebaum Family

23: The Rodine Family

25: F A M I L Y

26: Hudson Family | Lenz Family | Pohlmann Family

28: "This Ring" By: Anthony Carter

31: "Love Never Fails" By: Brandon Heath

32: "I Do" | Mr. & Mrs. Rodine

39: Thayer County Activity Center Deshler, NE

40: Cutting The Cake

41: Cake Servers

42: Head Table

43: Toasts

44: Best Man Derek Rodine | Wow, I can't believe my Big.... I mean older brother got married today. Drew and I have been pretty close my whole life. We have slept in the same room when we were kids for almost half of my life. We went to the same grade school, high school, and even college. But when he asked me to be his Best Man, the first thing I thought of was that I didn't want to give this speech. Then I realized that being the best man meant more than the speech. It meant being by my brother's side like I have been my whole life, and will continue to be for the rest of my life. Please raise your glasses. Today, I had the honor to stand beside my brother on the most important day of his life, as he has so often stood by mine. I wish him and his lovely bride nothing but happiness, prosperity, and good health for as long as they both shall live.

45: Matron of Honor Jami Kassebaum | Hi Everyone! I’m Jami and I’m Shauna’s sister-in-law. I want to thank you Shauna and Drew for making me a part of your special day. I couldn’t be happier for the two of you! I have known Shauna for about 10 years now, and she’s just like a sister to me. Shauna, we have had so many fun and memorable times together, but I’ll never forget the day I found out you were dating Drew. While you were giving me the scoop about how you met him, you said to me “Oh Jami – I just can’t stop thinking about him, and I have butterflies in my stomach all the time.” You definitely had a glow about you. To this day when you talk about Drew, that is still how you act and I know you always will. You both have something so special and definitely bring out the best in each other. Both of you mean so much to me and I wish you a lifetime blessed with love and happiness. Oh and Drew, just a bit of advice...... If you are going to share a bed with Shauna, you must wear pants! Over the years, she and I have had a few slumber parties and her only requirement is that you must wear pants. She hates the feeling of bare legs and feet on hers – but maybe with you it will be different! Let’s raise our glasses to Shauna and Drew! Congratulations!

46: Maid of Honor Cassidy Seaman | Good Evening! For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Cassidy. Shauna and I have been the best of friends since the 3rd grade. I want to start by congratulating the bride and groom, and thanking all of you for coming here today. Each of you has touched their lives in a special way and I know this day has been made even more special with your presence. I didn’t know Drew before he met Shauna in college, but I know that Shauna has found her perfect match and I could not have imagined a better guy than Drew for her. I know Shauna is proud of her handsome blue-eyed boy and her love for him seems to radiate through her smile. It is obvious to me that you two are in love. Drew, I know that you already know how wonderful your new bride is, but let me remind you of a few of her best traits. Shauna is the sister I never had, and I think God made us best friends because he knew that a mom couldn’t handle both of us at once. Although, I did spend many days and nights with the Kassebaum’s and consider them family. We have been friends since elementary school but it seems like the “inseparable” spirit of Shauna and Cassidy sparked around our Junior High days, kicking off with an unforgettable trip to Pierce, NE to watch Hebron play in the football playoffs. Rick and Trudy tested their patience with a couple of pre-teen girls on a six hour car ride, and that is a trip that will not soon be forgotten. Our memorable adventures continued into high school with many activities like volleyball, basketball, Rhythmaires, band and choir to name a few. And of course, the Girl Scout Southeast Coast bus trip. Shauna and I were “buddies;” the person that you spent every waking (and sleeping) moment with. We spent 17 days on 2 chartered buses with 84 girls and a few of our mothers. Shauna and I were already close, but I think this trip made us a whole new level of close. I could not have asked for a better person to spend every hour of every day with on that trip than you.

47: We then found out that it is indeed “hard to say goodbye” when we graduated high school. But it wasn’t goodbye; only see you later. As I headed off to Wayne State and Shauna to Concordia, it was a big life change. But nothing that we couldn’t handle! Phone calls and facebook messages, trips to watch Kyle play football, and road trips back and forth between Wayne and Seward helped us to stay close. The summer was the time we got to spend our days at the pool. Lifeguarding always brought us back together in Hebron, and we were able to pick up right where we left off. Thankfully, that is the type of friendship that we have and it was always like we were never apart. The pool would not have been the same without you there to spend the hot days with for so many summers. It seems that the pool is where some of our best long talks and memories were made. During those long talks the summer after our sophomore year of college, I started to learn how much Shauna really cared for the boy that she had started dating during the school year. I could tell something was different about this Drew kid, and I knew I needed to get to know him a little better myself. The first time I remember being able to really get to spend some time with this new love interest that Shauna had developed was when she asked me to go with her to Polk over Memorial Day weekend and play in a sand volleyball tournament with Drew and his cousin Josh. Drew’s family was not only welcoming of Shauna, but also of me. That was my first indication that Shauna could really fit into this family. Drew’s family is so hospitable and such a fun group that I knew Shauna would make a wonderful addition. After making that weekend trip, I had a gut feeling that this could actually be “the guy” for Shauna. Thankfully, that feeling was right on and we are here today to celebrate. Shauna, you make a beautiful bride. I am so honored to be standing by your side today in support of this new adventure in life. I am blessed to have built this friendship over the years. I know you have a wonderful journey ahead of you with your new husband and that God will bless your marriage for decades to come. Drew, Thank you for your patience and understanding with Shauna and I. You’re always good at tolerating our “girly” actions and just letting Shauna have some “Cassidy” time. I could not have picked a better man to share my best friend with than you. I know you love her with your whole heart and that is why I think that I have something that needs to be passed along to you. In high school, it was a Valentine’s Day tradition to do a heart exchange. Everyone makes their own heart and then hugs are exchanged to exchange hearts. Our senior year, Shauna was my sweetheart and I ended the day with her heart. I worked hard all day to keep that heart, but now I am confident that it belongs to you and that you will cherish it as much as I have. Now, Everyone please raise your glass in a toast to the Bride and Groom. Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness. CHEERS!

48: First Dance | "I Could Not Ask For More" By: Edwin McCain

49: Father/Daughter Dance "Daddy's Angel" By: Anthony Carter | Mother/Son Dance "My Wish" By: Rascal Flatts

50: "Time of My Life" By: David Cook | Wedding Party Dance

51: Garter Toss | Bouquet Toss

52: Dollar Dance

54: Hula Hoop Contest

64: Happily Ever After

66: The Hebron Journal Register

67: The Grand Island Independent

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