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July 10, 2011

Coburn - Revelle

Wed on Friday, June 24, 2011

— Coburn - Revelle

Wed on Friday, June 24, 2011

Avery Revelle is happy to announce the marriage of his dad, Greg Revelle, to Sarah Coburn, both of Chickasha. Sarah and Greg were united in marriage on Friday, June 24, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the USAO Chapel with the Rev. Buford Henshaw of Moore, great uncle of the bride and pastor of Full Gospel Tabernacle in Oklahoma City, officiating the double ring ceremony.

Sarah is the daughter of Monty and the late Esther Coburn and the granddaughter of Lola Metz and the late Luther Green. Greg is the stepson of Robyn Revelle of Moore and the biological son of Joanne Revelle of Kailua, Hawaii.

The bride was given in marriage by her family and escorted down the aisle by her father, Monty Coburn. Her maid of honor was Elizabeth Ferguson of Edmond. The guestbook attendants were the bride’s nieces, Natalee Lambert of Oklahoma City  and MacKenzie Green of Chickasha. Flower girl was the bride’s goddaughter, Braxtyn Norris of Del City.

The groom’s best man was his brother, Kyle Blackshere, of Oklahoma City. Ushers were Austin and Tyler Lambert of Georgetown, Texas, nephews of the bride.

Following a brief honeymoon, the couple have made their home in Chickasha where they will both be continuing their education at USAO.

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