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Together with their parents, McKenna Danae Webb and Keegan Daniel Loss are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.
McKenna is the daughter of Rusty and Patty Webb of Fairfield. She is the granddaughter of Ray and Betty Webb, Doris and Jim Vest and the late Larry Hogge of Fairfield. McKenna graduated from Frontier Community College with her Associates in the Science of Nursing. She is currently employed at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Evansville, IN.
Keegan is the son of Kerry and Amy Loss of Fairfield. He is the grandson of Royce Etchason of Flora and the late Kenneth Loss of Cisne. He is also the grandson of Carol Phillips of Xenia and Gary Martin of Orchardville. Keegan graduated from Olney Central College with a certificate in Welding. He has been a self-employed welder for 3 years.
The couple will marry on October 18, 2014 at Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Fairfield. The reception will be held at the Floral Hall in Fairfield. Formal invitations will be sent.
Together with their parents, Aaron Winter and Megan Heindselman are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.
Megan is the daughter of Jim and Chris Heindselman of Albion. She is the granddaughter of Johnny and Sharon Gill of Albion and the late Virgil and Peggy Sue Heindselman of Olney. Megan is a graduate of Edwards County High School, Olney Central College, McKendree University, and University of Phoenix. Megan is currently employed as a Nursing Instructor at Wabash Valley College.
Aaron is the son of Tim and Vickie Winter of Mt. Carmel. He is the grandson of Lourene Beadles and the late Robert Beadles and the late Henry and Mary Winter of Mt. Carmel. Aaron is a graduate of Mt. Carmel High School, Wabash Valley College, and Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. Aaron is currently employed by Vigo Coal and Winter Farms.
Together with their parents, Jordan Skylar Kinney and Justin Ryan Atwood are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.
Jordan is the daughter of David and Debbie Kinney of Fairfield. She is the granddaughter of Bob and Loretta Kinney of Fairfield. Jordan graduated from Southern Illinois University Carbondale with a degree in AG Business Economics. She is employed with Trust Bank in Olney as a financial auditor/underwriter.
Justin is the son of Josh and Patty Vaughan of Fairfield and Troy and Mandy Atwood of Cisne. He is the grandson of Shirley and late Martin Atwood of Olney, Marvin and late Mary Howard of Mt. Erie, Butch and Rita Hedrick of Mt. Erie, Gaylord and Angie Vaughan of Fairfield. Great grandparents Mary Ann Griggs of Mt. Erie, Noel and Rita Vaughan of Fairfield and Ether May Howard. Justin graduated from Southern Illinois University Carbondale with a degree in AG. He is employed at Atwood Farms.
The couple will marry on July 26, 2014 at First Christian Church in Fairfield. Formal invitations will be sent for the service and dinner/ dance to follow.
Together with their parents, Ryan Fehrenbacher and Sarah Coleman are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.
Sarah is the daughter of Marjorie and the late Rudy Coleman of Albion. She is the granddaughter of Jack and Joyce Snidle of Albion. Sarah is a graduate of Edwards County High School and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Sarah is currently employed at Southeastern Illinois Counseling Centers, Inc. in Olney.
Ryan is the son of Chris and Robin Eubank and John Fehrenbacher, all of Olney. He is the grandson of Phillip and Donna Rose of Parkersburg and Margaret Fehrenbacher of Olney. Ryan is a graduate of East Richland High School and Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Ryan is currently employed at Richland Memorial Hospital in Olney.
The couple will marry on July 26, 2014 at Little Prairie Christian Church in Albion. Formal invitations will be sent.
Sandusky and Chambliss Wedding
Stephanie Maree’ Sandusky and Jacob Curtis Chambliss, along with their parents, wish to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding on May 10, 2014.
Stephanie is the daughter of William D. and Bobbie Sandusky of McLeansboro. She is the granddaughter of Robert and Mary York and Bonnie and the late Bill Sandusky, all of McLeansboro. Stephanie is a 2010 graduate of McLeansboro High School and a 2014 graduate of Rend Lake College, training to be an Occupational Therapy Assistant.
Jake is the son of Timothy and Tamara Chambliss of Wayne City. He is the grandson of the Barbara and the late Melvin Chambliss of Wayne City and the late Carroll C, and Annabelle Draper of McLeansboro. Jake is a 2008 graduate of Wayne City High School and Rend Lake College. He is the owner of Chambliss Welding in Wayne City.
The couple plan to unite in marriage at 5:00 pm on May 10, 2014, on the Holy Grounds of McLeansboro First General Baptist Church. A reception will follow in the church fellowship hall. Should it rain, the ceremony will be moved into the Sanctuary of the Church. Some invitations have been mailed, but all friends and family are invited to attend.
Together with their parents, Andrew Buckles and Annie Webb are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.
The bride to be is the daughter of Jerry and Debbie Webb of Fairfield and the granddaughter Beverly Shreve and the late William Shreve and Ray and Betty Webb. Annie is a 2006 graduate of Fairfield Community High School and a 2010 graduate of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Annie is currently employed at Gavilon Grain, LLC in Browns.
Andrew is the son of David and Norma Buckles of Albion, grandson of Clyde and Loretta Buckles and the late Claudie and Sara Speir. Andrew is a 2005 graduate of Edwards County High School and is a self employed carpenter.
The couple is planning an outdoor ceremony on the evening of May 23, 2014 at the home of Lucas and Lauren Webb with a reception being held at Shreve’s Pumpkin Patch in Barnhill. Formal invitations have been sent.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Randy and Lisa Vaughan of Fairfield. Kendra graduated from Fairfield Community High School in 2010, and from McKendree University in December of 2013 with a bachelors in Sociology and a minor in Dance. Kendra is currently employed at the Fairfield Banking Company, as well as the owner and teacher at the new Studio H, Dance, Tumble, and Cheer in Fairfield.
Colton is the son of John and Pam Hutchcraft of Fairfield. Colton graduated from Fairfield Community High School in 2011, and from Olney Central College in 2012 with his welding certification. Colton owns and operates his own welding business in Fairfield (Hutchcraft Welding and Repair).
The couple is planning a small family-only ceremony on June 7, 2014 to exchange their vows. The ceremony will take place outdoors at the residence of Ron and Elaine Gardner in Barnhill, with a larger reception to follow. Formal invitations will be sent.
The prospective bride is the daughter of Mark and Dorothy Vaughn of Fairfield. The future groom’s parents are Gary and Shelly Best of Cisne, and Travis Gaber of Alameda, CA.
The couple is planning a private ceremony and reception in May. Formal invitations will be sent.
Laurel Pennington and Kevin Mason were united in marriage on October 19, 2013. Spencer Meagher and Richard Brown performed the 3:00 p.m. ceremony at Red Brush Church in Louisville, IL.
Laurel is the daughter of Lawrence & Sherri Pennington of Cisne. Kevin’s parents are Keith Mason and Donna Mason of Louisville. Laurel’s Grandparents are Betty Pennington of Cisne, and Glen and Shirley Byars of Geff.
The bride chose colors of ivory, chocolate brown, yellow, orange, green and red. The isle was adorned with cream pumpkins and ivory satin bows that draped to the floor. A burlap runner was used down the isle.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a lace strapped, satin corseted, ivory dress, embellished with crystal jewels, with a chapel length train. She chose a blusher veil, with small crystal trim. Her hand tied bouquet of red and orange roses, yellow and orange gerber daisies, green hydrangeas, orange, yellow, and burgandy mini calas, burgandy lilies and green hypericum berries, was stem wrapped with a sheer ivory ribbon.
Serving as Matron of Honor was Kellene Kinney of Fairfield. Bridesmaids were Meg Yandell of Indiana, both friends of the bride, Kelly Pratt of Mascoutah and Marissa Byars of Geff, cousins of the bride. All of the attendants wore a straples, melon, sheer overlay, full length chiffon taffeta dress. They were accented with a ruched scarf that hung free down the back. The girls carried hand tied bouquets with the same flowers and colors of the brides. All of the flower arrangements were made by the brides mother. Emily Mason, daughter of the groom, was the flower girl. Her dress was ivory rosettes, with an orange sash.
The Groom wore a black tuxedo with an ivory vest and tie. The groom chose his cousin, Tony Degner of Lousiville as his best man. Groomsmen were Wayne Woods and Vincent King of Flora, friends of the groom, and Justin Degner of Evansville, cousin of the groom. Ushers were Andrew Pennington, brother of the bride, and John Neihls, friend of the bride and groom. Serving as Ring Bearer was Brendon Mason, son of the groom. The groomsmen were attired in black tuxes with melon vests and ties.
The Sanctuary was decorated with cream pumpkins, ivory mums and lanterns, staggered at different heights, setting on ivory burlap. Flowers in the brides colors draped the lanterns. Flower arrangements on pedistals and ferns adorned the communion table.
Pianist Kim Keyser played a medley of songs. Friends of the bride, Kathy Young, Debbie Simpson and Valerie Brown sang “Going to the Chapel” as the bridal party entered. Henry Pratt, cousin of the bride, carried a “Here Comes The Bride” sign, as Laurel began to enter the Sanctuary. Cousins of the bride, Jay Meagher and Kelly Pratt sang “Captivate Us” during the ceremony. They were accompanied by the bride’s Aunt, Cindy Meagher.
A dinner reception was held in the church fellowship hall. The tables were covered with white table cloths and each had a burlap table runner. Tables were decorated with mason jars and pumpkins, with fresh flowers in them.
The meal consisted of pulled pork, potato bar, baked beans and the bride’s fathers cole slaw. Dessert was homemade pies.
The pie table was decorated with a ruffled burlap overlay. Glass cake stands of different shapes and heights were used to showcase the many variety of pies. The Bride and Groom cut their favorite pie.
The couple went on a Royal Caribbean Bahama Cruise for their honeymoon.
The couple resides in Flora. Laurel is an E.R. Nurse at Clay County Hospital. Kevin is an E.M.T. with Clay County Ambulance, and North Wayne Ambulance. He is currently finishing classes for his Paramedic license.
Many cousins, Aunts and Uncles, friends and family came together and helped decorate, welcome guests, dress the bridal party, make pies, serve food, take pictures and videos, and clean up after the wedding. The couple would like to thank everyone for making this day the most beautiful and special event.