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July 17, 2010

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Kasi Darbison marries Brandon Hopstein

Kasi Jordan Darbison, Ada, and Brandon Hopstein, Meridian, Miss., were married May 14, 2010, at Fossil Creek Ranch, Fittstown. The Rev. Sam Caton officiated the 6:30 p.m. ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Reggy and Sherry Darbison, Ada. She is the granddaughter of Larry and Bobbye Darbison, Ada, Dena Leader, Ada, and the late Bill Leader.

Parents of the bridegroom are William and Rhonda Hopstein, Meridian. He is the grandson of Betty Winterhalter, Springfield, Mo., and the late Peter Winterhalter, Richard Hopstein and Yvonne Hopstein.

The bride was given in marriage by her father. Maid of honor was Bradey Riddle, Norman. Bridesmaids were Angela Barnett, Ada, Kaitlyn Kelley, Allen, Texas, and Destiny Darbison, sister-in-law of the bride.

Best man was Josh Hopstein, brother of the bridegroom, Meridian. Groomsmen were Jeremy Hinkle, Ada, Akeem Leviston, Texas, and Casey Dykes, Hattiesburg, Miss.

Ushers were Kris Darbison, brother of the bride, Ada, and Xerxes Griffin, Ada.

Ali Darbison, niece of the bride, Ada, was flower girl. 

Following the ceremonoy, parents of the couple hosted a reception at Fossil Creek Ranch. Assisting were Linda Wade, wedding planner, Sulphur, Courtney Ray, registry table, Brian Doepke, DJ, Ada, and Brenda Harris, aunt of the bride, pianist.

The couple is living in Mississippi until fall 2010 when they will move to Ada and the bride will finish her senior year at East Central University and the bridegroom will begin his master’s degree. The couple plans a summer 2011 honeymoon in Jamaica.

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A personal shower was hosted April 3 by Angela Barnett.

On April 17, a wedding shower was given by the bride’s grandparents.

A bachelorette party was held in Norman April 24 by Angela Barnett, Kaitlyn Kelley and Bradey Riddle.

Lynn Baron, Melissa Peterson and Layla Doepke hosted a party for the bride April 30.

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