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Wedding

Monday, November 25, 2002

BRIANNE LYTLE AND AARON JONES

Brianne Rachele Lytle and Aaron Lee Jones were united in marriage at Saturday, October 5, at Grace Lutheran Church in Fort Dodge. Parents of the couple are Allen and Kim Lytle of Aurelia, Douglas and Tracy Simons of Alta, and Steve and Barbara Jones of Twin Lakes. The Reverend Arnold Flater officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Allen Lytle.

Maid of Honor was Nicole Flink of Ames, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Huss of Des Moines and Kristine Brake of Cedar Falls, friends of the bride, and Tori Jones of Des Moines, niece of the groom. Flower girl was Maclayn Lytle, sister of the bride.

Best Man was Jason Jones of Fort Collins, Co., brother of the groom. Groomsmen included Brooks Rolling of Fort Dodge and John Sigler of Minnesota, both friends of the groom and Dalton Lytle of Aurelia, brother of the bride. Ring bearer was Tyler Jones of Des Moines, nephew of the groom. Ushers were Steven Jones, brother of the groom, Blake Lytle, brother of the bride, Neal Peterson, cousin of the bride, and Tony Walter, friend of the groom.

Music for the ceremony was provided by organist and pianist Ruth Johnson and soloist Melissa Carlson.

The bride chose a white Dulciana satin gown designed by Mon Cheriwith cathedral length train. The groom wore a black tuxedo with a white brocade vest.

A dinner and dance were held at the Holiday Inn in Fort Dodge. Host couples were Todd and Tammy Peterson of Alta, aunt and uncle of the bride and Duane and Ann Ziskovsky, aunt and uncle of the groom.

The couple took a short honeymoon to Arizona and Mexico before returning home to Fort Dodge where Brianne is a senior in elementary education at the Fort Dodge Center of Buena Vista University. She is also employed as a teacher associate at Riverside Elementary School in Fort Dodge. Aaron is assistant manager at Menards of Fort Dodge after attending Iowa Central Community College.



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