A Winter ThunderWedding

Last weekend, MA-GM student Mark Luebke married his beautiful wife Ashley in Springville, UT. Although it couldn’t happen here in Arizona, his fellow students wish him and his wife a happy life together and were so happy to be able to spend the reception with them at his parents house out in Gilbert, AZ. It was amazing to see the love these two shared as the night was spent filling up on delicious desserts and dancing the night away. And it wouldn’t be complete with a bit of Gangnam Style!

Congrats to the Luebke’s!

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