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Cathlin Amelia Miller and Kevin Patrick Hayes were united in marriage July 6, 2002, at Cape First Assembly. The Rev. Gary Brothers performed the ceremony. Vocalists were Ron Inkenbrandt of Cape Girardeau and Paul Miller of Jackson.
Parents of the couple are Kent and Gloria Miller and Larry and Angie Hayes, all of Jackson.
Maid of honor was Stephanie Dare of St. Louis, Mo. Bridesmaids were Valerie Eubanks of Benton, Mo., Angela Hale of Cape Girardeau, and Katelyn Hayes of St. Louis, sister of the groom.
The groom chose his father as best man. Groomsmen were Matt Palmer and Charles Gerezenski of St. Louis, and Paul Miller of Jackson, brother of the bride. Ushers were Clay Eubanks and Jerod Ham, both of St. Louis.
Flower girl was Kyra Christensen of Cape Girardeau. Ringbearer was Graham Scott of St. Louis, cousin of the bride.
Candlelighters were Kyli Overfelt and Tim Wells, cousins of the bride.
Jamie Christensen of St. Louis attended the guest book.
Following the ceremony, the reception was held at Bavarian Halle.
The rehearsal dinner was held July 5 at Port Cape.
Mrs. Hayes received an associate of applied science degree from St. Louis Community College in 2002. She is a physical therapist assistant at Healthsouth.
The groom expects to graduate in May from Southeast Missouri State University, where he is majoring in health promotion. He is employed at Red Lobster.
The couple is residing in Jackson.