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January 4, 2014

Dressler — Ballard

DUNCAN — Abigail Delores Dressler of Duncan and Tarence Daniel Ballard of Rush Springs will exchange wedding vows Feb. 1, 2014, at Gospel Beams Church in Duncan, officiated by Dr. Joe Ligon.

Bride-elect is the daughter of Randy Dressler of Duncan, and Robin and Joe Marcano of Marlow. Her grandparents are Gerald and Barbara Wheeler, and Florence Dressler, all of Duncan.

Prospective groom is the son Clarence and Fay Ballard of Rush Springs. His grandparents are Almeta Lindsey of Rush Springs, the late L.D. Lindsey, and the late Louie and Catherine Ballard.

Abigail is a 2010 graduate of Duncan High School, attended Cameron University and is now attending the University of Oklahoma Health and Sciences Center pursuing a degree in speech-language pathology. She will graduate in May.

She is a member of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association and a member of the Alpha Eta Honor Society.

Daniel is a 2004 of Chickasha High School, attended Oklahoma State University and is a 2010 graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University. He is a member of the Oklahoma Cattleman’s Association. He is a mortgage loan originator at GT Mortgage in Duncan.

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