|Megan Kueck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kueck of Woodway, Texas, and
Christopher Workman, son of Velma Workman and the late Robert Workman of
Chapmanville, West Virginia, were united in marriage on September 30, 2017. The
marriage was held at Grace Episcopal Church in Galveston, Texas and officiated
by Rev. Meredith Holt Criger.
The Matron of Honor was Cara Kueck Hewitt of Trinity, Texas, sister of the
bride, Maid of of Honor was Susan Patrick of Lynchburg, Virginia, and
bridesmaids Amanda Cuckler and Linden Kueck. The groom’s Best Man was Alan
Fleming of Washington, D.C., and groomsmen Bill Walton, Aaron Perry and Madison
Silvert. The ushers were Ryan McCuskey and Alan Gore, and Addyson Perry served
as an acolyte.
The bride is a graduate of Pearce High School in Richardson, Texas and Marshall
University, where she earned a bachelors degree in Political Science. While
Marshall, Megan was a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority and many other campus
organizations. Megan lived for several years in Washington, D.C., where she was
a member of the Northern Virginia Tri Sigma Alumnae Chapter and a volunteer ESL
teacher. Megan is currently employed in public affairs in the telecommunications
The groom is a graduate of Chapmanville High School and Centre College, where he
earned a degree in Economics and was a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.
Christopher continues to serve as the alumni scholarship advisor of the Episilon
Chapter of Beta Theta Pi. After graduating Centre, Christopher attended The
University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he graduated with a Juris Doctorate.
In October 2015, Christopher was appointed Family Court Judge in Logan County by
then Governor Earl Ray Tomblin. The following May, he was elected by the people
of Logan County to keep his seat as Family Court Judge of the 9th Court Circuit.
The happy couple will reside permanently in Logan County after their honeymoon.