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WEDDING: Kinnison-Putz

Michelle Putz and Eric Kinnison were married June 16, 2007, at Central Baptist Church, Edmonton, Alberta. Parents of the couple are Phyl and Jo Putz, Bismarck, ND, and Randy and Sharlyne Kinnison, Beaverton, OR.

Michelle Putz and Eric Kinnison were married June 16, 2007, at Central Baptist Church, Edmonton, Alberta. Parents of the couple are Phyl and Jo Putz, Bismarck, ND, and Randy and Sharlyne Kinnison, Beaverton, OR.

Attending the bride were Allison Mertz and Elizabeth Slavens, Grand Forks, ND; Grace Morrison, Edmonton, AB; Lindsey Lindteigen, St. Paul, MN; and Mara Kinnison, Beaverton, OR. Flower girls were Coryn Putz and Eryn Putz, Bismarck, ND, and Raegan Putz, North Plains, OR.

Attending the bridegroom were Brian Fritzke, Portland, OR; B.J. Breon, Seattle, WA; Dan Willey, Portland, OR; Tyler Kinnison, Beaverton, OR; and James Weaver, Beaverton, OR. Ring bearer was Brennan Putz, Bismarck, ND.

The couple lives in Beaverton, OR. An open house reception will be held for Michelle and Eric at Grace Baptist Church, Grand Forks, on Thursday evening, July 19, from 7:00 - 9:00.

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