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August 26, 2016, marked the wedding of Megan Pistora and Mathew Mieloszyk, both of Kenosha. Their close friend, Matt Bernhardt, officiated the outdoor ceremony at Veterans Terrace in Burlington. The daughter of Michelle Pistora, Megan radiated as she was walked down the aisle by her wonderful grandfather, Joseph Mansfield. Mathew, son of Norman and Terri Mieloszyk, stood proud as he watched his future wife walk toward him.

Serving as matrons of honor were Stephanie Ebert, sister of the bride, and Amber Houghton, the bride's best friend.

Standing up as best men were Ben Mieloszyk, brother of the groom, and Mark Wojtak, the groom's best friend. Rounding out the wedding party were bridesmaids Amanda Mieloszyk, Katie Roscioli, Ashley Griffin and Nicole Mieloszyk; as well as groomsmen Bob Houghton, Josh Kunz, James Foley and Nic Tappa.

McKenzie Mieloszyk made an adorable flower girl as she pulled young Braxton Mieloszyk, ring bearer, along in a red wagon.

Ray Victoria and Jason Griffin served as ushers during the ceremony.

This day was the culmination of a seven-year love story, which only continues to be written with each passing moment. As if scripted for a movie, Megan and Mat met in the lobby of a credit union and hit it off instantly. Early into the relationship, Megan and Mat realized numerous shared interests. They have both made an impact in the Kenosha bowling scene and all who know them could speak of their loyalty to family and friends. Both avid Packer fans, the couple made certain to visit Lambeau and watch a game at least once each year. As homeowners, the couple has hosted Kingfish players for the last two seasons, with plans to continue showing their support for the Kenosha baseball team. Never needing a special occasion or annual event, Megan and Mat show each other what love is, without expectation, as they share their lives together.