Lois Marie Kammerer and David Evans Brace were united in marriage on March 9, 2013, in the Luzerne United Methodist Church, Luzerne, Pa., with the Pastor Carol Coleman officiating.
Mrs. Brace is the daughter of the late George and Frances Arnold, Kingston. She is a graduate of Wyoming Valley West High School and is employed as a clerk in Correctional Industries at SCI Dallas.
Mr. Brace is the son of the late Oakley and Doris Brace, Luzerne. He is a graduate of Wyoming Valley West High School and is employed as a truck driver with American Asphalt Paving Co., Chase.
Mrs. Brace chose her daughter, Maria Anderscavage, as her maid of honor and her granddaughter, Anjel Anderscavage, as her junior bridesmaid.
Mr. Brace chose his cousin, Corey Welch, as his best man and Bruce Anderscavage, son-in-law of the bride, as his groomsman.
Mr. and Mrs. Brace dated from January 1977 to April of 1979. They found each other again in January 1998 after a separation of 19 years. They resumed dating on March 9, 1998, and married 15 years later on the anniversary of their first date, “the second time around.”
A cocktail hour and reception were held at Vanderlyn’s in Kingston immediately following the ceremony. Music was provided by D.J. Denny Ross. Their first dance as husband and wife was to Frank Sinatra’s “The Second Time Around.”
An Alaskan cruise is planned for a later date.
They reside in Luzerne.