Hausch wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Lee Hausch

Megan Rae Puehler

On Sept. 21, 2019, at the First Presbyterian Church of Montpelier, Megan Rae Puehler became the bride of Conrad Lee Hausch. The Rev. David Tilly officiated at the ceremony.

Parents of the bride are Howard and the late Vicki (Kretz) Puehler of Defiance.

The groom’s parents are Dave and Teresa Hausch of West Unity.

Matron of Honor was Trilby Wolff of Grafenwoehr, Germany. Bridesmaids were Melanie Puehler of Cleveland, Suzanna Hausch of West Unity and Katie Shaffer of Defiance.

Junior bridesmaids were Sadie Hausch of Archbold and Natalie Whitacre of Pyeongtaek, South Korea.

Flower girl was Lilly Whitacre of Pyeongtaek, South Korea and ring bearer was Evan Whitacre, Pyeongtaek, South Korea

Best man was Isaac Benner of Stryker. Groomsmen were David Hausch Jr. of Archbold, Jacob Hausch of Bryan and Colin Blosser of Kansas City, Missouri.

The bride is a 2010 graduate of Tinora High School and a 2014 graduate of Defiance College with a bachelor of communication studies.

She received her master’s in Business Administration in 2016 from Defiance College. She is interim executive director of Williams County Economic Development.

The groom is a 2014 graduate of Stryker High School. In 2017 he earned an associate in accounting at Northwest State Community College, and in 2018 he graduated from Defiance College with a bachelors in accounting. He is currently pursuing his MBA at Defiance College and is employed as a cost accountant at Johns Manville in Defiance.

The couple currently resides in Bryan.


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