Riekehof-Snyder were married at First Presbyterian Church


First Posted: 7/18/2009

Lee Ann Riekehof of Winston-Salem and Andrew James Snyder of Winston-Salem were married at a 5 p.m. cermony at First Presbyterian Church in Mount Airy lead by the Rev. Jon Cawley.
The bride is the daughter of Paul and Vickie Riekehof of Mount Airy and the granddaughter of Leon and Eileen Newman of Mount Airy and Paul and Peggy Riekehof of Rahway, N.J. She graduated from Mount Airy High School in 2003 and UNC-Greensboro in 2007. She is enrolled in the masters of education program at UNC-Greensboro. She teaches seventh grade math at East Forsyth Middle School.
The bridegroom is the son of Allen Snyder of Raleigh and Amy Snyder of Mount Airy and the grandson of Donn and Mary Snyder of Southern Shores, Mike DeBone of Sunset Beach and the late Mary DeBone. He graduated from Mount Airy High School in 2004 and N.C. State University in 2008. He is employed as a pricing analyst at GMAC Insurance in Winston-Salem.
The bride was given in marriage by her father.
The maid of honor was Candace Spane of Wilmington. The bridesmaids were Brandy Barnette of Greenville and Allyson Snyder, sister of the groom, of Mount Airy. Ashley Smith, cousin of the bride, of Pilot Mountain served as a junior bridesmaid.
The ring bearer was Cole Snyder, nephew of the groom, of Mebane.
The best man was Matt Casulli of Southern Pines. The groomsmen were Adam Snyder, brother of the groom, of Mebane and Phillip Riekehof, brother of the bride, of Mount Airy. Tyler Smith, cousin of the bride, of Pilot Mountain and Chandler Snyder, brother of the groom, of Mount Airy served as junior ushers.
Music was performed by Pete Riekehof, organist. Carol Cockerline, aunt of the bride, served as wedding director. Lauren Snyder, sister-in-law of the groom, served as guest book attendant.
A reception was held at Cross Creek Country Club hosted by the brides parents.
A rehearsal dinner was held at First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall hosted by the grooms parents.
A bridal luncheon was hosted by the brides mother on Saturday morning.
The couple took a wedding trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The couple will reside in Winston-Salem.

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