Jaime Luckenbill, of Montgomery, and Paul Kile, of Berwick, were united in marriage at 3 p.m. July 27, 2013.

The Rev. Michael Hill officiated at the ceremony held at South Williamsport United Methodist Church.

A rehearsal dinner was held at Valley Inn, DuBoistown, and a reception was held at the Holiday Inn Grand Ballroom.

The bride is the daughter of Linda and Wayne Luckenbill, of Montgomery. She graduated from Montgomery Area High School in 2004 and received a bachelor’s degee in secondary education and Spanish from Bloomsburg University in 2008. She is employed by Benton School District, as a Spanish teacher.

Kile is the son of Debra Kile, of Berwick, and the late Gary Kile. He graduated from Berwick Area High School in 1996 and received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Mansfield University in 2000. He is employed by USP Allenwood as a treatment specialist.

Matron of honor was Elizabeth Pivirotto, of Philadelphia.

Bridesmaids were Megan Bartley, of Northumberland; Jennifer Luckenbill, of Montgomery, sister-in-law of the bride; Amy Bozenko, of Lititz; and Amanda Bergstrom, of Montgomery.

Flower girl was Julia Rauch, of Berwick.

Ringbearer was Austin Luckenbill, of Montgomery, nephew of the bride.

Best man was Angelo Venditti, of Bloomsburg.

Groomsmen were Slade Rauch, of Berwick; Jonathan Kile, of Berwick, brother of the bridegroom; Brett Luckenbill, of Montgomery, brother of the bride; and Brad Evans, of Berwick.

Junior Ushers were Wyatt Luckenbill, of Montgomery, nephew of the bride, and Alec Kile, of Berwick, nephew of the bridegroom.

Following a wedding trip to Maui, Honolulu, Hawaii, the couple is residing in Muncy.