Weddings

Kelly O’Brian and Chet Syverson of Seattle, Wash., have announced their engagement. The couple plans to marry on March 22, 2014 in Seattle.

 

The future bride is the daughter of Peggy and Richard O’Brian of Bothell, Wash. She is a 2006 graduate of Bothell High School.

The future groom is the son of Lana and Todd Syverson of Soldotna. He is a 2007 graduate of Soldotna High School and is employed by NTH Degree Accounting firm in Seattle.

Amanda Ellis and Garrett Coreson of Kenai plan to marry on Feb. 8, 2014 at the Nikiski Nazarene Church.

The future bride is the daughter of Chris Ellis. She is studying child development and is employed at Little People Education Center. She plans to wear A-line ball gown side draped wedding gown. Ashley Maxson will be her maid of honor; Samantha Ellis, Aubrey Coreson, and Anessia Hubler will be bridesmaids. The flower girls will be Hannah and Naomi Ellis.

The future groom is the son of Lori and Terry Coreson. He is employed by Keller Plumbing Supply. Jordan Taylor will be his best man. Teagun Coreson, Wiley Iverson, and Tristin Apted will be groomsmen. Ushers will be David Blum, Kyrsten Maxson, Alyssa Darch, and Cade Anderson, and ring bearers will be Courtney Ellis and Mason Mcmilin.

A reception will follow at the Kenai Senior Center. The couple plans to honeymoon at Disney Land.

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