Schweer-Hatanville

1/18/2014

Dali Lynn Schweer and Bryan Craig Hatanville, both of Roxton, Texas, were married Oct. 19, 2013, in a double-ring ceremony at Chisum Trails Cowboy Church in Powderly, Texas.

Dali Lynn Schweer and Bryan Craig Hatanville, both of Roxton, Texas, were married Oct. 19, 2013, in a double-ring ceremony at Chisum Trails Cowboy Church in Powderly, Texas.

The bride is the daughter of Mark and Jamie Schweer of Garden City. Her grandparents are Clara Faye Schweer and the late Arnold Schweer of Garden City; and Bill and Rhonda Allen of Abernathy, Texas.

The groom is the son of David and Vickie Pitcock of Roxton; and Craig and Virginia Hatanville of Roxton. His grandparents are Phyllis Berry and the late Ona Berry of Blossom, Texas; and Pauline Hatanville and the late Kenneth Hatanville of Roxton.

Matron of honor was Marci Flax of Ellis. Bridesmaids were Leslie Schweer, the bride's sister from Bonham, Texas; Kashly Schweer, the bride's sister from Garden City; Rachel Clark of San Augustine, Texas; and Sally Stout of Greenville, Texas.

Best man was Tel Pitcock, the groom's brother from Roxton. Groomsmen were Chris Unruh of Blossom; Cody Aaron of Roxton; Dusty Brown of Brookston, Texas; and Cy Carter of Ben Franklin, Texas.

Ringbearers were Cutter Aaron of Roxton; and Cooper Unruh of Blossom.

Serving as ushers were Jarek Van Petten of Meriden; Heath Sessums of Blossom; and Chad Scott of Terrell, Texas.

The ceremony was followed by a reception at Heritage Hall in Paris, Texas. Another reception, given by the bride's parents, took place Nov. 9 in Garden City.

The bride is employed by Texas A&M University-Commerce as a senior admissions recruiter and coordinator of communications.

The groom is the owner of Bryan's Fabrication & Welding.

After a wedding trip to San Antonio, Texas, the newlyweds are at home in Roxton.

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