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• Updated Jan 16, 2016 at 11:10 PM

Michelle Renee Huber and Jeremy Van Fine were married Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015, at Downtown Christian Church, Johnson City. 

Dr. W. Edward Fine, father of the groom, officiated the 4:30 p.m. exchange of vows.

Music was provided by Shane Love, soloist; Haley Owen, soloist; Scott Reynolds, organist; Brent Billheimer, pianist; and Lindsay Williams, violinist.

The bride is a daughter of Don and Teresa Huber, 4303 Evershead Place, Louisville, Ky.

She is a granddaughter of the late Norbert and Margie Moore Huber; and the late Alfred and Evelyn Norman Layton.

The groom is a son of Drs. W. Edward and Billye Joyce Fine, 125 Wedgewood Circle, Elizabethton.

He is a grandson of the late Bill and Eva Kate Lacy Fine; and the late Frank and Ava Young Vance.

Given in marriage and escorted by her father, the bride wore a strapless Stella York fit-and-flare gown of beaded hand-placed lace and tulle, featuring crystal buttons, a sweetheart bodice, diamanté crystals in a delicate floral pattern throughout and a skirt that extended into a full-length modern train.

Matron of honor was Brooke Kapfhammer.

Bridesmaids were Alex Gutmann, Clare Krebs and Kelly Galen.

Flower girls were Jayana Grindstaff, Maddie Kunz, Rachel Hesemann and Lyndsey Wells.

Marty Schuh served as best man.

Groomsmen were Niral Patel, David Keller and Steve Rentz.

Ushers were Jordan Smith, Michael Walsh and Ted Kuhlmann.

Readers were Dr. and Mrs. William Moore and Sister Doris Moore.

Greeters were Caitlyn Goad, Emma Huber, Grace Huber, Lindsey Huber, Morgan Huber, Sarah Huber and Chelsea Smith.

A reception was held at the Carnegie Hotel in Johnson City.

The couple will take a wedding trip this month to Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.

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