Liske-Ulrich vows exchanged Oct. 13 in Davenport


Kerrie Jo Liske and Jack Christian Ulrich were married Oct. 13, 2018, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Davenport, with Rev. John Horn and Pastor John Hage officiating. Following the ceremony, a cocktail hour, dinner, reception and dance were held at the Davenport Country Club in Pleasant Valley.

Parents of the couple are Matt and Christie Liske of rural Donahue, and Jim and Susan Ulrich of Pinehurst, N.C.

Grandparents of the couple are Dorothy Marten, Bob and Barb Ferguson, the late Elmer Marten, the late Gerald Liske, and also the late Larry and Laura Holmgren, as well as Wally and Janet Ulrich.

Amy Printz served as matron of honor, while Katie Hemesath served as the maid of honor; both are friends of the couple. Chelsea Liske and Emily Liske, sisters-in-law of the couple, along with Karen Bublitz and Chelsey Creedon, friends of the couple, all served as bridesmaids.

The flower girl was Eliza Liske, niece of the couple.

Marcus Ling, friend of the groom, served as best man. Kenton Oates and Ben Goforth, friends of the couple, served as groomsmen, while Kurt, Kyle and Kraig Liske, brothers of the bride, were men of honor.

Sawyer Liske, nephew of the couple, served as the ring bearer.

Personal attendant was Keely Waring, and host and hostess were Mick Miyamoto and Kathy Snyder, friends of the bride.

A duet was sung by Angela and Sarah Ulrich, cousins of the groom, while Kathy Snyder and Kris Mitzman, friends of the couple, served as readers.

The bride is a 2008 graduate of North Scott High School, and earned a bachelor of arts degree in exercise science and kinesiology, and a minor in business administration from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville. Kerrie is employed by PING headquarters in Phoenix as a supervisor of consumer relations.

The groom graduated in 2006 from The O’Neal School in Southern Pines, N.C. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in history from Furman University in Greenville, S.C. Jack is also employed by PING as a PGA tour technician for pro golfers and travels with the PGA tour.

The couple enjoyed a mini-moon to Koehler, Wis., and will take a honeymoon trip at a later date. They are residing in Phoenix.