Leah Elizabeth Martens and Brent Charles Keene were married Oct. 2 at Estherville Lutheran Church in Estherville with Pastor Doug Burton officiating.
Parents of the couple are Mike and Phyllis Martens of Estherville and Dave and Kris Keene of Hartley.
Maid of honor was Hallee Jackson of Terril, friend of the bride.
Leah and Brent
Best man was Matt Wildeman of Hartley, friend of the groom.
Bridesmaids were Molly Martens, Estherville, sister of the bride; Tiffany Hopp, Estherville, friend of the bride; Tess Jackson, Terril, friend of the bride; Jenna Keene, Hartley, sister of the groom; and Rochelle Houseman, Council Bluffs, friend of the bride.
Groomsmen were Brent Mischke, Theilman, Minn., friend of the groom; Chad Keene, Papillion, Neb., brother of the groom; Lucas Stevens, Huron, S.D., friend of the groom; Josh Rieck, Primghar, friend of the groom; and Clayton Eggers, Terril, friend of the groom.
Ushers were Wayne Lair, Estherville, friend of the bride; Morgan Welch, Springdale, Ariz., cousin of the bride; Jason Jacobs, Melvin, friend of the groom; and Nelson Miner, Huron, S.D., cousin of the groom.
Musicians were Marcia Klingbeil of Estherville, and Chad Keene of Papillion, Neb.
The rehearsal supper was held at Fort Defiance State Park, and a reception and dance was held at the Estherville Elks Club. The couple honeymooned to the Black Hills.
Brent is currently employed by Northwest Ag Supply in Hartley in sales and agronomy. Leah is currently employed by Cooperative Elevator Association in Ocheyedan as a bookkeeper. The couple resides in Hartley.