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Amanda R. Diamond and Miguel A. Reyes exchanged vows Nov. 26, 2005, at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Ocala, Fla. Ron Mueller performed the ceremony. Organist was Alene Yoder of Ocala.
The bride is the daughter of Roy and Virginia Diamond of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Felix and Victoria Reyes of Ocala.
Matron of honor was Amy Diamond of Cape Girardeau, sister-in-law of the bride. Bridesmaids were Sherry Strickland and Janice Stewart of Ocala.
Cesar Alava of Ocala was best man. Groomsmen were Hernan Lopez of Queens, N.Y., cousin of the groom, and Jaime Reyes of Ocala, brother of the groom. Usher and candlelighter was Roy Diamond Jr. of Cape Girardeau, brother of the bride.
Ringbearer was Matthew Diamond, son of Roy and Amy Diamond and nephew of the bride.
The reception was held at Quality Inn in Ocala.
The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner Nov. 25 at Olive Garden in Ocala.
Mrs. Diamond-Reyes is a middle school teacher with The Mentor Network in Ocala. She is pursuing a master's degree in counseling at Webster University.
The groom is a network technician with KVR Solutions in Ocala.
The couple resides in Ocala.