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Livesay - Callaway
Amy S. Livesay and David Callaway were married May 30, 2009, in an outdoor setting at the home of the bride's uncle in Tamms, Ill. John E. Warren performed the ceremony. Music was by Sean Fitzgerald, cousin of the bride.
Parents of the couple are Nick and Teresa Livesay of Cape Girardeau, and Michael and Sandy Callaway of Jackson.
Honor attendant was Jimmy Whiteside, cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Erica Rountree; Jordan Fitzgerald, cousin of the bride; and Amanda Bruns.
Lars Garoutte was best man. Groomsmen were Craig Sebaugh; Kevin Mangles; and Danny Callaway, brother of the groom. Ushers were Earl Dean Livesay, brother of the bride, and Zachary Fitzgerald, cousin of the bride.
Flower girl and ringbearer were Skye and Hayden Livesay, niece and nephew of the bride.
Rebecca and Reiko Rivera attended the guest book.
An outdoor reception followed the ceremony. Servers were Pauline Whiteside and Jenny Fitzgerald.
The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner May 29 at Denny's Diner.
After a wedding trip to Costa Mesa, Calif., the couple is residing in Jackson.