Posted: Nov. 30, 2012 8:40 pm Updated: Jan. 11, 2013 9:15 pm


After honeymooning in Nebo, Mr. and Mrs. Adam L. Scott are at home in Quincy.

Mr. Scott, of Payson, and the former Miss Misty L. Smith, of Quincy, exchanged wedding vows Sept. 22 in Upper Moorman Park.

The bride is a daughter of Jim and Bonnie Smith of Camp Point. The bridegroom is a son of Ron and Anne Scott of Payson.

The bride was given in marriage by her father during the 4 p.m. ceremony conducted by Christopher J. Smith.

Matron of honor was Jessica Gilbert Redman of Duluth, Minn. Maid of honor was Sarah Jefferson of Colchester.

Best men were Ryan Bauer and the bridegroom's brother, Andrew Scott, both of Quincy.

Ushers were Aron Sedelmeier of Ewing, Mo., cousin of the bridegroom, and Nathan Hayes of Quincy, cousin of the bride.

Flower girls were Sydney Sedelmeier of Ewing, cousin of the bridegroom, and Natalie Kersten of Primghar, Iowa, niece of the bride. Ring bearers were Marc Kersten of Primghar, nephew of the bride, and Cooper Sedelmeier of Ewing, cousin of the bridegroom.

The bridal couple hosted a rehearsal dinner Sept. 21 in Pop's Pizza. A reception began at 7 p.m. in Machinists Lodge 822.

The bride attended Central High School and Western Illinois University. She is employed by Arnold, Behrens, Nesbit, Gray, PC.

The bridegroom attended Seymour High School in Payson and Spoon River College. He is employed by Midas.


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