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ENGAGEMENT: Burchill-Killoran

Heather Killoran and Justin Burchill announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Jerry and Sheree Killoran of Buffalo, ND and Gary and Judy Burchill of Hope, ND.

Heather Killoran and Justin Burchill announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Jerry and Sheree Killoran of Buffalo, ND and Gary and Judy Burchill of Hope, ND.

Heather graduated from Maple Valley High School in Tower City, ND and graduated from the University of North Dakota (Grand Forks). She is employed by Brady Martz and Associates in Grand Forks.

Justin graduated from Hope High School in Hope, ND and graduated from North Dakota State University (Fargo). He is employed by Brady Martz and Associates in Grand Forks.

A July 11th wedding is planned at the Woell Mansion in Casselton, ND. An open house reception is planned for July 12th in Buffalo, ND. The couple will reside in Grand Forks.

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