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August 27, 2011

Kirsten Allen, Cody Griffin exchange wedding vows

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Gary and Patti Allen, Krum, Texas, announce the marriage of their daughter, Kirsten Joyce Allen to Cody William Griffin, Ada. The couple was married June 11, 2011, at Wildwood Inn in Denton, Texas. The officiating minister was the Rev. Brad Cockrell. A reception followed at Wildwood Inn. Harpist Courtney Hauck provided music for the evening ceremony.

The bride is the granddaughter of Glen and Joyce McConnell, Pernell, and Rhoades and Jean Allen, Denton. The bride is a 2007 graduate of Krum High School in Krum and a May 2011 graduate of East Central University with a Bachelor of Science in business administration and concentration in finance. She is employed by ONB Bank & Trust Co.

The bridegroom is the son of Richard and Cindy Griffin, Ada, and the grandson of the late Gayle and Carrie Griffin and the late Floyd Beebe and Bobbie Layne. He is a 2005 graduate of Latta High School and a May 2011 graduate of ECU with a Bachelor of Science in biology and Bachelor of Science in exercise science. He attends Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa.

The maids of honor were Cassie McConnell, cousin of the bride, and Rachel Brown, friend of the bride. Best man was Brandon Hatton, friend of the bridegroom. Other attendants include bridesmaids Makayle Alexander, Jessica Bowman, Brittany Shelton and Nicole Griffin. Serving as groomsmen were Chasen Bennett, Tyler Gray, Dave Pardue, Donny Walker and Garrison Allen. The junior bridesmaid was Julianne Allen, sister of the bride. The junior groomsman was Joseph Acord, cousin of the bride. Flower girl was Audrey McConnell, cousin of the bride. Serving as guest book attendant was Taylor Acord, cousin of the bride, and program attendant was Jacob Acord, cousin of the bride.

The couple lives in Broken Arrow.

 

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