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Jamie Lynn Irvin and Bryan Walter Schaefer were married Sept. 7, 2002, at My Old Kentucky Home in Bardstown. The Rev. Ron Hoye performed the ceremony.
Parents of the bride are Wayne and Alice Irvin of Columbia, Ky. The groom is the son of Don and Diane Schaefer of Cape Girardeau.
Matron of honor was Tina Ward of Lancaster, Ky., sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Kim Snell of New York, N.Y., and Marti Surrey of Fort Thomas, Ky.
Chris Schaefer of Jackson served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Mike Renick of Cape Girardeau and Tony Arauz of Louisville, Ky. Ushers were Seth Coulter of Sutton, Mass., Jason Theobald of Cincinnati, Ohio, Matt Lockaby of Cincinnati, and Eric Julstrom of Ankeny, Iowa.
Flower girl was Ellie Schaefer of Barnhart, Mo., cousin of the groom. Ringbearer was Jonn Stephens of Russell Springs, Ky., cousin of the bride.
Sarah Irvin, cousin of the bride, attended the guest book.
A reception was held after the ceremony.
Mrs. Schaefer received a bachelor of science degree in psychobiology from Centre College in Danville, Ky., in 1998. She is a human resource representative at Provena Covenant Medical Center in Urbana, Ill.
The groom received a bachelor of science degree in chemistry from Centre College in 2000. He is a third year law student at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. He has accepted a position as patent attorney with the law firm of Alston and Bird in Charlotte, N.C.