Courtney (Mandeville) and Josh Weber

Courtney (Mandeville) met Josh Weber at a Greek life mixer that she attended with her roommate in April 2015.

Courtney (Mandeville) and Josh Weber
Courtney (Mandeville) and Josh Weber

 “Going to Rolla introduced me to the love of my life and many lifelong friends we will have,” she says.

Courtney earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 2016, and Josh earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 2017. The couple married in September 2019.

Today Courtney works as a production supervisor for Keurig Dr. Pepper and Josh works as a mechanical engineer for C&R Mechanical.

Their relationship advice?

“Take time to do things just with each other, like walks in the park or a dinner out,” she says. “Build a firm foundation in your relationship that will withstand years or challenges and adventures to come.”

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