February 21, 2011

Newly Wed

— Thompson - Yowell

Married on Jan. 15, 2011

Gary and Phyllis Thompson Cement, are happy to announce the marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Marie Thompson of Oklahoma City, to Michael Brandon Yowell, Oklahoma City, the son of Randy Yowell of Perry and Del Yowell of Ardmore.

The couple were married at Walnut Creek Chapel in Oklahoma City on  January 15, 2011. Pastor Gene Nease officiated the ceremony.

Attendants for the bride included matrons of honor: Jacquelyn Dill of Oklahoma City and Stacy Roberson, Honolulu, Hawaii; bridesmaids: Deana Silk of Tulsa, Laurel McLauchlin of Denver, Colo.,  Amy King Oklahoma City and  Colleen Kolar Dallas, Texas. House Party included Andrea Miles of Oklahoma City, Jennifer Gravley of Fort Worth, Texas, Kelsey Jennings of Houston, Texas and Jaclyn Rivera of Norman.

The groom’s attendants were best men: Brian Yowell of Oklahoma City, Nick Martin Phoenix, Ariz. His groomsmen were Brett Marchbanks of Oklahoma City, Tim Moore of Kansas City, Kan., Brandon Heppler of Pensacola, Fla., and Ryan Ellis of Dallas, Texas. Ushers included Joshua Smith of Dallas, Texas, and Ronald Braselton of Dallas, Texas.

A reception was held following the ceremony at Walnut Creek Chapel.

The couple honeymooned in Jamaica and have made their home in Oklahoma City where Jennifer is a State’s Attorney for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services and Brandon is the owner of Black Mesa Security.

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