SIKESTON - Lisa Michele Wimberley and Michael Vernon Shanle exchanged wedding vows in a 2 p.m. ceremony Jan. 26, 2002, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church before the Rev. Stephen Schneider. Reader was Joseph Caruso of Auburn, Ill., and offertory gift bearers were Pam Caruso and Nicole Caruso of Auburn.
The bride is the daughter of Kathy and Mike Allmon of Sikeston and Jimmy and Lori Wimberley of Blodgett.
Her husband is the son of Michael and Patsy Shanle of Sikeston.
Music was provided by organist Brenda Hale and soloist Gary Quinton.
Escorted by her father and stepfather, the bride wore a white, sleeveless bridal gown which featured pearl beading, a scoop neckline and a princess waist. The cathedral train was adorned with pearl beading and her headpiece, also adorned with pearls, secured the cathedral veil.
Debra Pobst of Sikeston attended the bride as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Deanna Wimberly of Sikeston and Joyce Ann Wimberley and Jessica Wimberly of Blodgett. Kristian and Shelby Shanle of Sikeston served as flower girls.
Attending the bridegroom as best man was Chris Shanle of Sikeston. Groomsmen were Chris Archie of Matthews, Ryan Payne of Sikeston and Tracy Price of Benton and Dustin Adams of Sikeston was ring bearer.
The reception was held at the Semo Shrine Club, where food was provided by Lonnie Hodges, Brenda Hodges and Julie Hodges of Sikeston. The wedding cake was created by Bernice Kern of New Hamburg.
Music was provided by Pro Music of Sikeston and Jeff Aldrich, also of Sikeston, was photographer.
Following a wedding trip to St. Louis, the new Mr. and Mrs. Shanle are making their home in Sikeston.