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Hobbs Chapel United Methodist Church was the setting June 9, 2002, for the wedding of Crystal Diane Annable and Brian Anthony Hite. Bendi Burgin performed the double ring ceremony.
Parents of the bride are Paul and Diana Annable of Washington, Mo. The groom is the son of Judy Hite of Cape Girardeau, and the late Tony Hite.
Maid of honor was Dana Annable of Washington, sister of the bride. Bridesmaid was Maggie Lohmeyer of Washington.
Brian Goff and John Lee of Cape Girardeau were the groom's best men.
Flower girl was Sage Helm, daughter of Keith and Heather Helm of Metropolis, Ill., and cousin of the bride.
The reception was held at the church.
Mrs. Hite received a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Central Methodist College. She is a fifth grade teacher with Sikeston School District.
The groom is employed by RGIS Inventory Specialists.
The couple resides in Jackson, Mo.