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SIKESTON, Mo.-- Pamela Little of Sikeston and David and Marcella Mack of Benton, Mo., announce the engagement of their children, Shannon Duncan and Andrew Mack.
Duncan is a 2000 graduate of Sikeston High School. She expects to receive a bachelor of arts degree in English literature from Southeast Missouri State University in May. She is employed at A.O. Community Services in Cape Girardeau.
Mack is a 1997 graduate of Kelly High School. He received an associate of applied science degree in computer-aided technology from ITT Technical Institute in 2000. He is an inspector with Missouri Department of Transportation in Sikeston.
A May 26 wedding is planned at St. Denis Catholic Church in Benton.