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June 10, 2013

Priest, Chestnut to marry on June 21

Ada —

Paul and Charla Priest announce the engagement of their son, Dexter Paul Priest, to Reighna Nan Chestnut.

Reighna is the daughter of Stephen and Starla Wiese, Madill. She is the granddaughter of Nan Chestnut and the late Edward Chestnut,of Lawton.

A 2012 graduate of Madill High School, the bride-to-be graduated with academic honors and a State FFA degree. She is currently a sophomore at Murray State College where she will graduate in 2014 with an associate’s degree in ag education, then will pursue a bachelor's degree in elementary education.

She is employed at Amazing Grace Boutique in Madill and also the Volunteer Animal Program Assistant at the Baptist Home for Girls. 

Dexter is a 2010 graduate of Vanoss High School. He attended Bacone College on a baseball scholarship and also studied at East Central University. He is a student at Murray State College, majoring in history and education. He is employed at the Wal-Mart Distribution Center in Pauls Valley.

Dexter is the grandson of Melvin and Deborah Priest of Calvin; Wayne Lancaster, Ada; and the late Sharron Lancaster and the late Bill Edwards

Dexter and Reighna will exchange vows June 21, 2013, at 6:30 p.m. at the Red River Ranch in Marietta. After their honeymoon to Shiloh Morning Inn in Dickson and Broken Bow Lake, they will make their home in Madill. 

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