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Lieren Grow, Chandler Pearson

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Dennis and Kaylene Pearson of Huntington announce the marriage of their son, Chandler Pearson to Lieren Grow, the daughter of Mary Ronnow and Kenneth Blazzard of St. George and Lorin and Juanette Grow of Hollister, Calif.

The couple was sealed May 9 in the St. George LDS Temple. A reception was presented in their honor that evening at The Ledges in St. George.

The newlyweds will be honored at a garden reception on June 12 from 6:30-9 p.m. at the Pearson family residence, 559 West 520 North, Huntington. In the event of inclement weather the open house will be at the Huntington Stake Center, 240 North Main Street, Huntington.

Chandler graduated from Emery High in 2004 and is a graduate of the College of Eastern Utah. He served in the New York, New York South mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Chandler will continue his education at Chaminade University of Honolulu Hawaii in the fall where he has committed to play basketball and will pursue a degree in physical therapy.

Lieren graduated from Pineview High School in 2005 and graduated from The Skin Institute in St. George with a masters in aesthetics in 2006.

Chandler is the grandson of Bea Raby of Helper. Lieren is the granddaughter of Vilda Ronnow of St. George.

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