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July 30, 2011

Poyson, Booker exchange vows

Ada —  

Krysten Poyson and Jarrel Booker, both of Ada, exchanged wedding vows July 3, 2011, at Wilcher Ranch, Pickett. The Rev. Charles Miller officiated the 7 p.m. ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Kent and Kris Lee, Ada. She is the granddaughter of Larry and Charlene Lee, Oklahoma City.

Parents of the bridegroom are Floyd Booker and Sharon Quarterman, both of Ada. He is the grandson of Harvey and Ruthie Gray, Ada, and Melissa Clark, Stonewall.

Kent Lee gave his daughter in marriage.

Maid of honor was Kendra Ponder, cousin of the bride, Oklahoma City. Bridesmaid was Abranda Masoner, Ada.

Best man was Delandre Quarterman, cousin of the bridegroom, Oklahoma City. Groomsman was Kevin Pickup, brother of the bride, Ada.

Flowergirls were Rakhia Booker, daughter of the couple, Ada, and Audrey Quarterman, cousin of the bridegroom, Ada.

Elijah Grayson, cousin of the bridegroom, Oklahoma City, was ring bearer. Jason O’Neal, Ada, was D.J.; Amanda Neal of Lovely You Photography in Ada was photographer.

A reception was held at Wilcher Ranch, owned by Jerry and Judy Wilcher.

The couple is at home in Ada where they both attend East Central University.

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