- Ada, Oklahoma


October 23, 2010

Sidney Lynn weds Kyle Eastwood

Ada — Sidney Nichole Lynn, Norman, and Kyle Neil Eastwood, Mountain View, were married Sept. 25, 2010, at Arbuckle Wedding Chapel in Davis. Steve Wilburn officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Teresa Lynn, Sulphur, and the late Donnie Lynn. She is the granddaughter of Bill and Barbara Duty, Roff, and Dorothy Lynn, Pauls Valley, and the late Otis Lynn.

Parents of the bridegroom are Jimmy and Cindy Eastwood, Mountain View. He is the grandson of Raymond and Barbara Pritchard, Rosemary and Mike Hershberger, all of Mountain View, and the late Gereld Luekenga.

Preston Lynn gave his sister in marriage.

In memory of her father, the bride carried a sunflower in her bouquet. The zinnias in her bouquet were grown by the bride's mother.

The couple married on the 56th wedding anniversary of the bride's grandparents, Bill and Barbara Duty.

Maid of honor was Tina Duty,  aunt of the bride, Roff.

Bridesmaids were Jennie Braum, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, Allie Spears, Norman, and Chelsea Klinglesmith, Oklahoma City. Junior bridesmaid was Avery Stokes, cousin of the bridegroom, Weatherford.

Best man was Raymond Pritchard, grandfather of the bridegroom, Mountain View. Groomsmen were Jerel Johnson, Norman, Miles McFadden, Tulsa, and Todd Earp, Weatherford.

Flower girl was Paisley Eastwood, niece of the bridegroom, Mountain View. Ring bearers were Tyson Eastwood, nephew of the bridegroom, Mountain View, and Taber Stokes, cousin of the bridegroom, Weatherford.

Clint Claypole, Enid, and Tyler Coble, Webb City, Mo., were ushers.

Honorary attendants were Preston Lynn, Tulsa, Jason Eastwood, Mountain View, Holly Cole, Norman, Judy Vandeveer, Ada, Laura Gainey, Holbrook, Mass., and Bailey Ringer, Weatherford.

Soloist was Chelsea Klinglesmith.

Following a wedding trip to Eureka Springs, Ark., and Branson, Mo., the couple is at home in Anadarko. The bridegroom is a partner at Buzbee, Upchurch, Squires and Eastwood, and the bride is employed by the District Attorney's office.


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