Kimberly Denise Fisher and Jeffrey Mark Quedado were united in marriage Saturday, July 7 at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Wheeling, with the Rev. Mark Seitz officiating the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fisher of Moundsville.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gaspar A. Quedado Jr. of Jacksonville, Fla.
Megan DeJesus was the maid of honor. Edward Casingal served as the best man.
Other attendants and participants were Mia Casingal, Anna Daly, Emilee Fisher, Lana Casingal, Nina Casingal, Griffin Quedado, Hayden Quedado, Brandon Lowe, Dallas Burkhart, Nicholas Casingal, Robert Fisher, Ryan Lowe, Jackson DeVera, Simon Madrigal, Eduardo and Judith Casingal, Robert and Olivette Fisher, Michelle and Charles Lowe, Zenaida Casingal and Larry Madrigal, Vincent and Allyson Casingal, Tabitha and Daniel Delo, Kenneth and Alison Madrigal, Jeffery and Karyn Wallace, Rebecca Berletch and Brandon Lowe.
A reception was held at the McLure House Hotel, Wheeling.
The bride is a graduate of John Marshall High School; Wheeling Jesuit University with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry; and West Virginia University with a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in organic chemistry. She has been employed as an assistant professor of chemistry at Bethany College.
The groom is a graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in biological sciences and a Doctor of Pharmacy from Nova-Southeastern University. He completed a pharmacy practice residency at West Virginia University Hospitals and is employed as an emergency medicine clinical pharmacist with WVU Healthcare at Ruby Memorial Hospital.
After a wedding trip to Hilton Head, S.C., the couple will reside in Morgantown.