May, Imler united in marriage

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The H.O. Smith Botanic Gardens at The Arboretum at Penn State was the setting for the wedding of Rachel Elizabeth May to James Edward Imler on the morning of June 17, 2017. The couple was united in marriage by the Rev. Laura Lewis of Wyoming Presbyterian Church.

Rachel is the daughter of Elaine May, of Swoyersville, and the late David May. She is the granddaughter of Bernard and Bernadette Slusarz, of Mountain Top, and Dorothy May, of Plymouth, and the late Russell May.

James is the son of Richard and Sheryl Imler, of Duncansville. He is the grandson of the late Richard and Betty Imler, and the late Donald and Ruby DeCoskey.

James and Rachel were honored to have the following attendants: David Imler, brother of the groom, and his wife Evette; Jonathan Imler, brother of the groom, and his wife Tatiana; Michael May, brother of the bride; Lauren Moyer, cousin of the bride; and Chanel Barber, Vivian Bejgrowicz, Jason Diehl, and Russ Faber. Huxlee and Boett Imler served as ring bearers, and Ella DeCoskey was the flower girl.

An afternoon reception was held at The Studebaker House, Huntingdon. The rehearsal dinner, hosted by the parents of the groom, was also held at The Studebaker House. Rachel was honored at a bridal shower, hosted by her bridesmaids and the mothers of the bride and groom, held at The Cellars at Brookpark Farm, Lewisburg.

Rachel is a 2010 graduate of Wyoming Valley West High School, Plymouth. In 2014, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in business from Penn State University, Altoona. She is employed as an accounts payable specialist at BMW Financial Services, Hilliard, Ohio. James is a 2010 graduate of Hollidaysburg Area High School, Hollidaysburg. James received his Bachelor of Science degree in electro-mechanical engineering technology from Penn State University, Altoona, in 2014. He is a design engineer at Honda R&D Americas, Marysville, Ohio. The couple honeymooned in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, and resides in Marysville, Ohio.

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