Scott-Stueber

Kelia Larson Scott and Frederick Gregory Stueber

Scott-Stueber

Kelia Larson Scott and Frederick Gregory Stueber were married on June 29, 2019. The ceremony and reception were held at Philander Chase Knox Estate in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. The Rev. Brian J. Bruno, friend of the bride and groom, officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Robert and Susan Larson Scott of West Chester, Pennsylvania. She is a 2009 graduate from Henderson High School in West Chester and received her Bachelor of Arts with honors distinction, MCL from the University of Delaware in 2013. She is the senior marketing manager for Acrometis in Malvern, Pennsylvania.

The groom is the son of Lee Anne and the late Gerald A. Stueber of Chagrin Falls. He is a 2008 graduate from Chagrin Falls High School. He received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Delaware in 2012 and his Master of Business Administration from West Chester University in 2018. He works for PepsiCo in Philadelphia as a market manager in the Gatorade division.

The maid of honor was Kara Pokropski. Bridesmaids were Jillian Jatres, Sara Finch, Elizabeth Guirey, Jennifer Freda and Jessica Stecker. The best man was Konrad Stueber. Groomsmen were Maxwell Finch, Charles Gushue, Brett Axner, Mark Hammer and Rikar Ramsey.

The bride’s gown, by Maggie Sottero, featured sequin-embroidered lace with metallic threading and a plunging back, embellished in illusion lace. Swarovski crystals and opalescent pearls adorned the illusion cap-sleeves and back of the sheath wedding gown, complete with crystal buttons over the zipper closure.

The couple traveled for a two-week trip up the New England coast for their honeymoon. They reside in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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