Sosebee & Guerra

Published 9:00 am Sunday, January 4, 2015

Jennifer Sosebee and Vicente Guerra, both of Albert Lea, were married at 4 p.m. Oct. 4, 2014, at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Rochester in a double ring ceremony. The Rev. Charles Ortloff officiated. A reception followed at Rochester International Event Center in Rochester.

Jennifer Sosebee and Vicente Guerra

Jennifer Sosebee and Vicente Guerra

Jennifer is the daughter of Sherry and the late Tim Sosebee of Albert Lea. She is the granddaughter of Tom Sr. and Barbara Sosebee of Albert Lea, Evelyn Warner of Monet, Mo., and the late Donald and Dorothy Warner of Cassville, Mo.

Vicente is the son of Jesse and Sheila Guerra of Albert Lea. He is the grandson of Wayne and Gloria Adams of Albert Lea, the late Jesus Guerra and Ray and Isabel Avelar of Joplin, Mo.

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The bride is a 2006 graduate of Albert Lea High School and received her bachelor’s degree in social work from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 2010. She is currently a social worker at Golden Living Centers in Rochester.

The groom is a 2007 graduate of Albert Lea High School and attended Rasmussen College in Mankato. He is currently a photographer at KAAL-TV.

The maid of honor was Jessica Sosebee, sister of the bride, of Albert Lea. Bridesmaids were Amanda Evans, friend of the bride, Antonia Kolas, friend of the bride, Terin Schumann, friend of the bride, and Nicole Greibrok, friend of the bride, all of Albert Lea, and Christina Dunlavy, friend of the bride, of Estherville, Iowa.

The best man was Jared Guerra, brother of the groom, of Albert Lea. Groomsmen were Logan Nielsen, friend of the groom, of St. Ansgar, Iowa, Gary Zylstra, friend of the groom, of Stewartville, and Bo David, friend of the groom, Chris Benson, friend of the groom, and Frankie Guerra, cousin of the groom, all of Albert Lea.

Ushers were Aaron Rame, friend of the couple, of Bricelyn, and Sean Gleason, friend of the groom, of Albert Lea.

Musicians were organist Harold Vetter and vocalist Carrie Boyer-Olvera.

Host and hostess were Skip and Cia Warner, aunt and uncle of the bride, of Springfield, Ohio.

A wedding trip was taken to San Francisco from Oct. 7 to 11.