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Benjamin DeWitt and Melissa Hubbard

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Melissa Hubbard—Benjamin DeWitt

Melissa Hubbard and Benjamin DeWitt were married June 3, 2017, at Geneva National Resort, Lake Geneva.

Their parents are Judy and Doug Hubbard, Platteville, and Deb and Jeff DeWitt, Janesville.

Bethany Butson, friend of the bride, was the maid of honor. Jason Helgeson, friend of the groom, was the best man.

The bride graduated from Platteville High School, Platteville, in 2002 and received a degree in business administration from UW-Platteville in 2007. She is employed by Blain Supply, Janesville.

The groom graduated from Parker High School, Janesville, in 1997 and received a degree in business administration from UW-Whitewater in 2002. He is employed by Fidelity National Title, Madison.

The newlyweds reside in Janesville.

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