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January 11, 2014

Williams — Hunter

DUNCAN — Earl and Michelle Hunter, formerly of Duncan, announce the marriage of their son Michael Regan Hunter of Oklahoma City to Dr. Jennifer Blake Williams of Edmond.

The bride is the daughter of Bill and Dr. Susie Edwards of McAlester and Dennis Williams of Edmond.

The candlelight wedding was a formal black tie ceremony held Friday, Dec. 27, 2013, in the Primrose Courtyard of The Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev.

Matron of honor was Skyler Mitchell, sister of the bride, of Purcell.

Cameron McCasland and Bridger McCasland, cousins of the groom, shared the honor of best man.

Soloist was Meredith McCasland, cousin of the groom, singing “All I Ask of You.”

Following the ceremony, a reception dinner was held at the SW Steakhouse in The Wynn Hotel.

Blake is a 2000 graduate of McAlester High School. She attended the University of Oklahoma, majoring in zoology/biomedical sciences. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority.

Blake graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry in 2008 with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree and is currently practicing dentistry at Monarch Dental in Oklahoma City.

Michael is a 1996 Duncan High School graduate and attended the University of Oklahoma, where he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity; graduating from East Central University with a Bachelor’s Degree in business management.

Michael is employed by F&M Bank & Trust Co. in Oklahoma City as vice president and regional sales manager of the Mortgage Division.

The couple now resides in Edmond.

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