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May 5, 2013

ENGAGEMENT: Published May 5, 2013

Nasser-Haynes

Kayla Kristine Nasser and Geoffrey Miller Haynes, both of Terre Haute, were united in marriage on Sept. 22, 2012, at Crosslane Community Church, officiated by Brett Wilson.

The bride is the daughter of Steven and Kelly Nasser of Terre Haute. She is a teacher.

The bridegroom is the son of David and Nancy Haynes of Terre Haute. He is a systems control coordinator.

The bride was given away by her father.

The maids of honor were Kourtney and Molly Nasser, and bridesmaids were Jessie Haynes, Courtney Haynes, Suzanne Marrs, Janelle Stark, Ashley Cassell, Danielle Knight, Sarah Fagg, Kailee Burdick, Dana Edwardson and Kate Kesler. The junior bridesmaid was Lucy Woodworth.

The best man was Charlie Haynes, and groomsmen were Beau Haynes, Chris Haynes, Michael Nasser, Nathan Andreasen, Sam Rios, Scott Garrigus, Eric Andres, Andy Jones, Cliff Dever, Ryan Nicholson and Brad Fenton. The junior groomsman was Jacob Rutledge.

The flower girls were Alivia Stark, Delaney Marrs, Avery Cassell and Gia Gulati. The ring bearers were Miller Haynes, William Marrs, Kaleb Rutledge, Vinny Stark, William Woodworth and Max Marrs. The ushers were Scott Cassell and Ryan O’Maley.

The couple celebrated with a reception at Hulman Center. They now reside in Terre Haute.

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