Posted: Jul. 25, 2014 8:43 pm Updated: Sep. 6, 2014 5:15 pm

First Baptist Church in Vandalia, Mo., was the setting for the May 31 wedding of Cheyrl Lane Martin and Robert Maas, both of Vandalia.

The bride is a daughter of the late Clemit T. and Shirley Lane. The bridegroom is a son of the late Francis and Geraldine Maas.

Adas' Jacyna conducted the 2 p.m. ceremony; the bride was given in marriage by her son, Jacob Martin. Barb Branstetter was pianist. Candlelighters were Linda Wheeler and Janet Lane, aunt of the bride.

Matron of honor was Karolyn Green. Bridesmaids were Judy Rowden and Charissa Martin, daughter of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Angel Henson.

Best man was Andrew Maas. Groomsmen were Joshua Maas and Matthew Maas, sons of the bridegroom. Junior groomsman was Nolan Wix, nephew of the bride.

Ushers were Richard Lane, brother of the bride, and Shane Dixon.

Flower girls were Aleena Wix, niece of the bride, and Sara Henson. Ring bearers were Gabriel Lane and Gavin Lane, nephews of the bride.

Karolyn and Bob Green hosted a rehearsal dinner cookout at their lake. A reception immediately followed the ceremony in the First Baptist Multi-purpose Building.

After honeymooning in the mountains of Virginia and North Carolina, the newlyweds are at home in Vandalia.

The bride is a business management graduate of John Wood Community College and is employed by Green Supply in Vandalia.

The bridegroom is a graduate of Southern Illinois University and is employed by Transitions of Western Illinois and Blessing Hospital in Quincy.


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