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ENGAGEMENT: Hartley-Miller

Shawna MaryAnn Miller and Jordon Scott Hartley, together with their parents Joe Miller, Buxton, ND, Cyndee Miller, Grand Forks, ND, Howard Hartley, Wayland, MI, and Lynn Frizzell, Kentwood, MI are excited to announce their engagement and upcoming...

Shawna MaryAnn Miller and Jordon Scott Hartley, together with their parents Joe Miller, Buxton, ND, Cyndee Miller, Grand Forks, ND, Howard Hartley, Wayland, MI, and Lynn Frizzell, Kentwood, MI are excited to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.

Shawna is a 2001 graduate of Central Valley High School in Buxton, ND and a 2005 graduate of Christ For The Nations Institute in Dallas, TX. She is currently finishing her degree in Nursing and will graduate in August 2008 from SDSU.

Jordon is a 2004 graduate of Thornapple Kellogg High School in Wayland, MI and a 2007 graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, OK. He is currently working for HSBC in Sioux Falls, SD.

Shawna and Jordon will be married July 7, 2007 in Grand Forks, ND and the couple will make their home in Sioux Falls, SD.

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