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November 14, 1997
Parmer earns diploma in Pennyslvania
Nacona Parmer received a high school diploma from ICS
Newport/Pacific High School on Oct. 28, at Scranton,
She is the daughter of the late Clarence A. Parmer and
Maryanna Parmer of Barstow.
Parmer plans to attend Alamagordo College and major in
Teters, Byrne exchange vows in Midland
Robin Jeannine Byrne and Kenneth H. Teters exchanged
wedding vows at 6 p.m., at Claydesta Plaza in Midland, Oct.
11 with Malcom Pointon, of Church of Christ officiating.
The bride attended Pecos High School, graduated from
Monahans High School and later attended Angelo State
University. She is currently employed by Federal Bureau of
She is the daughter of Mary Byrne of Monahans and Jerry
Byrne Sr. of Fort Stockton.
The groom is the son of Joyce and H.L. Teters of San Angelo
and the late Uta Hirschfeld.
He is a graduate of Ballinger High School and Angelo State
University. He is currently employed with the Federal Bureau
The bride wore an ivory dress, made of Italian silk, with
crocheted roses with pearls around waist and sleeves, which
were off the shoulder. Silk covered buttons were from the
top, back of the gown to the end of the train. The gown was
made by Mon Cheri. The bride carried a bouquet of white
roses and cala lillies.
She carried a pearl necklace borrowed from Robin Alligood
to represent something old, something new was her wedding
dress, something borrowed were diamond earrings from her
mother and something blue, was a blue topaz ring that
belongs to her sister Suzette Wingo.
Matron of honor was Robin Alligood of Pecos. Bridesmaids
were Robin Bryant Bryne of Ozona, sister-in-law of the
bride; Jennifer Conger, of Pecos, sister of the bride and
Suzette Wingo, of Big Spring, sister of the bride.
Flower girls included Rachel Byrne, of Ozona, bride's
niece; Rebecca Byrne, of Ozona, bride's niece and Lauren
Beach, of Millersview, Tx., the groom's niece.
The bridesmaids wore taupe colored satin and crepe material
dresses, with satin covered buttons on the back. They
carried bouquets of roses; pink, yellow, peach and white.
Ring bearer was Chase Wingo, of Big Spring, assisted by
Dana Conger, of Pecos, the bride's nephew and niece.
Best man was Gary McDufee, of Irving, a friend. Groomsmen
were Chad Buie, of San Angelo, Kris Bream of Canon City,
Colo. and Tony Wingo of Big Spring, the bride's
The bride was given away by her father Jerry Byrne, of Fort
Ushers for the occasion were Jerry Byrne Jr., of Ozona, the
bride's brother; Jarret Conger, of Pecos, the bride's
brother-in-law; Joseph Beach, of Millersview, the groom's
brother-in-law and Karl Havlak, of Dublin, brother-in-law.
Brandy Harvick, of Midland, served the wedding cake and
Misty Harvick, also of Midland served the punch. Kerri
White, of Monahans served the groom's cake.
Spring arrangements of roses and other pastel colored
flowers were a part of the decor.
The song, "How Do I Live" by Leann Rimes was played and Dan
Seals, "One Friend," was played during the lighting of the
A champagne reception and dance was held following the
ceremony. The bride's bouquet was caught by Misty Harvick
and the garter was caught by Kevin Teters of Ballinger.
Following a wedding trip to Vancouver Island, British
Columbia, the couple have made Big Spring their home.
Mac McKinnon, Publisher
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