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Jaime S. Heiden and Shawn D. Hayes exchanged vows July 24, 2004, at the Rock Garden in Jackson. The Rev. Sam Roethemeyer performed the ceremony. Soloist was Sonya Bock of Delta.
James and Glenda Heiden of Jackson are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Chester Hayes and Susan Hayes of Marble Hill, Mo.
Maid of honor was Ladonna Hale of Jackson. Bridesmaids were Misti Laws of Fruitland, sister of the bride, and Jill Williams of Millersville.
Tom Ertman of Jackson was best man. Groomsmen were Kenny Zitzman of Cape Girardeau and Mark Jones of Jackson. Ushers were Matthias McCombs of Cape Girardeau and Lowell Rhodes of Jackson.
Flower girls were Taylor and Baylee Laws of Fruitland, nieces of the bride. They were followed by Austin Maloney, son of the bride.
Guest book attendant was Kelsie Hale, daughter of Ladonna Hale.
Following the ceremony, a dinner reception was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Jackson.
Mrs. Hayes is a graduate of Jackson High School. She is self-employed.
The groom is a graduate of Jackson High School, and attended Southeast Missouri State University. He is employed at Nordenia USA Inc.
The couple is residing in Jackson.