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Kellie Kayden Butler
Michael Seth Montoya

Robyn and Steve Sheriff and John K. Butler announce the marriage of their daughter, Kellie Kayden Butler to Michael Seth Montoya, son of Jeanann and Frank Zmerzlikar and Michael L. Montoya.

Kellie and Seth will be married July 24. An open house luau will be presented to honor the newlyweds that evening from 8-11 pm. at the Sheriff residence in Price.

The couple will make their home in St. George.

Jean Blackham
George Shaver

Calvin and John Blackham announce the marriage of their mother, Jean Blackham to Pastor George E. Shaver. The couple was married June 5, in an afternoon ceremony at the Pocatello Seventh-Day Adventist Church. A reception was held in their honor.

Jean is the daughter of the late Ruth and Henry Topolavec and the granddaughter of Dora Harris of Harris Style Shop in Price. Jean taught for Emery School District for many years. George has been self-employed as the Floor Doctor and has been pastor in the area.

The couple will be leaving in August for a mission in South Korea.

Tammy Osguthorpe
Kason Andrew Anderson

Karl and Karen Anderson announce the marriage of their son, Kason Andrew Anderson, to Tammy Osguthorpe, daughter of Clarence and Jean Osguthorpe of Sutherland.

Kason and Tammy will be married July 30, in the Manti Temple.

A reception will be held for friends and family in Emery and Carbon counties at the Anderson home, 555 West 500 North, Richfield, on July 31 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Kason is an Emery High graduate and served a mission to Colombia, South America. He graduated from the College of Eastern Utah and is currently a student at Southern Utah University. Tammy graduated from Delta High School and is also a student at SUU.

The Andersons are former Orangeville residents.


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