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JanaLee Tuttle
Nathan F. Selin

Jeffery and Lynette Tuttle of Orangeville announce the marriage of their daughter, JanaLee to Nathan F. Selin, son of Daniel and Robyn Selin of Tremonton (formerly of Ferron). The couple will be married in the Manti Temple on Dec. 16. A reception will be held in their honor that evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Orangeville LDS church.

Nathan is a 2000 graduate of Bear River High School. He served in the Hungary Budapest Mission and is currently attending Utah State University.

JanaLee is a 2003 graduate of Emery High School and a 2005 graduate of Snow College. She is currently living and working in Salt Lake City.

The couple will make their home in Logan.

Camron Winn
Adam Hamilton

Larry and Jolene Winn announce the marriage of their daughter Camron to Adam Hamilton, the son of Martha Hamilton and the late Robert Hamilton, of Staunton, Va. The couple will be married in the St. George LDS Temple on Dec. 10.

Adam and Camron have both completed their college education. Adam has a bachelors degree in economics, and Camron has her M.Ed. in school counseling. The couple will reside in Draper.

Adam served a LDS mission in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Shaynna Lyn Fausett
Steven Richardson

Dennis and Denise Richardson announce the marriage of their son Steven Brock to Shaynna Lyn Fausett, daughter of Bob and Carrie Fausett of Talmage.

Steven is a 1999 graduate of Carbon High and served a mission in the Indiana Indianapolis Mission. He is a third year electrical apprentice with Chalet Construction Company. Shaynna is a 2004 graduate of Altamont High. She is currently attending College of Eastern Utah, and is employed at Pinnacle Sports and CEU.

They will be married Dec. 9 in the Manti Temple.


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