Glenn-Oliver

9/28/2013

A mountainside in Evergreen, Colo., was the setting for the 5 p.m. marriage of Jennifer Glenn and Jason Oliver on Sept. 14, 2013. Officiant was Sharon King Davis of Tulsa, Okla.

A mountainside in Evergreen, Colo., was the setting for the 5 p.m. marriage of Jennifer Glenn and Jason Oliver on Sept. 14, 2013. Officiant was Sharon King Davis of Tulsa, Okla.

Parents of the groom are James and Linda Oliver of Lincoln, Ill. The bride's parents are Randy and Sharon Glenn of Garden City; and Barbara Boyd of Denver. Grandparents are Lois Turner of Lincoln; Dick and Ellen Verell of Meade; and the late Bob and Mary Ann Glenn of Fowler.

Giving away the bride were her father, Randy Glenn of Garden City; and her stepfather, Robert Hook of Tulsa.

Maid of honor was Kasey Davis of Tulsa. Bridesmaids were Cassie Glenn-Gonzales, the bride's sister from Garden City; and Angela Potts, Leslie McClain, Jennifer McCrosky, Erin Harper and Harmony Thacker, all from the Tulsa area.

Best man was Eric Schiltz of Evergreen, who, along with his wife, Katie, hosted the wedding at their home. Groomsmen were Jon and Josh Oliver, the groom's brothers from Lincoln; Drew Glenn, the bride's brother from Garden City; and Tom Green, Mike Barger and Crick Thacker, all of the Denver area.

Flower girl was Presley Glenn, the bride's cousin from Cimarron.

The groom's sister, Jennifer Kirby, gave a reading.

A dinner, program and dance were held under the pines at the Schiltz home, following the ceremony.

After a trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the newlyweds are at home at 3070 Dexter St., Denver. He is employed at Vectra Bank and she works at Gourmet Fine Catering in Denver.

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