Kasey Christine Hartleben and William Curtis Brookover, both of Vienna, W.Va., were married July 14 at Vienna Baptist Church in Vienna. Pastor Bill Brown of Vienna performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of David Hartleben of Vienna and Jennifer Young of Little Hocking. She is the granddaughter of the late Nile and late Frances Hartleben and Wendell and the late Peggy Hendershot of Waverly. She graduated from West Virginia University at Parkersburg with a degree in Elementary Education. She is currently a substitute teacher for Wood County Schools.
The bridegroom is the son of Kimberly Brookover of Lubeck and William H. Brookover of Lubeck. He is the grandson of the late George and Lena Whitehead of Parkersburg and William L. and the late Ethel Brookover of Vienna. He graduated from West Virginia University at Parkersburg and is employed at the Bureau of the Public Debt.
The bride was given in marriage by her family and escorted by her father. She wore a white gown featuring an open-back with a t-shaped beaded lace accent meeting at the base of her neck and continuing to the small of her back and long beaded train accompanied by an elbow length white tuell veil. She also wore white sandals with the notes and signatures of the bridesmaids and flower girl written in blue as her "something blue".
She wore her late grandmother's Hartleben's sapphire ring from her grandfather as her something old and a single strand pearl bracelet and matching earrings from her aunt, Denise Bradley of Gallipolis as her something borrowed. A diamond tennis bracelet given to her by the bridegroom on the morning of the wedding was worn as her something new.
The bride carried a bouquet of white gerbera daises with a black center and baby's breath wrapped in black and white satin ribbon.
Marissa Forshey of Wheeling served as matron of honor along with Ashley West of Vienna as maid of honor. The bride's attendants were Jodi Cottrell of Teays Valley, sister of the bride, Miranda Starcher of Spencer, and Genie Koerner of Parkersburg. They wore black satin knee-length dresses of their choices with dressy black strapped sandals. The maid and matron of honor wore a teal flower accent at the waist of their dresses. They carried a bouquet of a single gerbera daisy and baby's breath wrapped in black satin ribbon to match their dresses.
Michael Reese of Vienna served as best man. Groomsmen were Nathan Reese of Vienna, Charles Owens of Vienna, Harry Montgomery of Vienna, and Justin Anderson of Davisville. The bridegroom and groomsmen wore black suits with teal vests and ties. The bridegroom wore a single white gerbera daisy boutinerre with a black and white ribbon accent to match the bride's bouquet. The groomsmen wore single white gerbera daisy boutinerres with a black satin ribbon accent to match the bridesmaids.
The flower girl was Emma Cottrell, niece of the bride. She wore a satin teal blue dress with a floral white satin belt and white satin sandals. In her black and white basket she dropped white rose pedals.
After the ceremony the reception was held at The Parkersburg Art Center with desserts, drinking, and dancing.
Following a honeymoon to Cancun, Mexico the couple resides in Vienna.