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July 29, 2011

Gordy-Briggs, Overturf wed in June ceremony

OTTUMWA — Jodi Gordy-Briggs, of Eddyville, and Jason Overturf, of Raymore, Mo., were married June 25, 2011 at First Pentecostal Assembly of God Church in Ottumwa with James Mullikin officiating.

Their parents are Jack and Phyllis Briggs and Martin and Debbie Overturf, all of Ottumwa, Linda Brantner of Wyoming and Carroll Gordy of Exline.

Maid of Honor was Holli Briggs, daughter of the bride, bridesmaid was Kylie Overturf, daughter of the groom, flower girl was Tressa Overturf, daughter of the groom and ring bearer was Travis Ware, nephew of the groom.

Ushers were Mark Overturf, Curtis Ware and Craig Gordy.

Jodi is a graduate of William Penn University and was formerly employed with the federal government.

Jason attended Indian Hills College and Phoenix University and is a regional manager for Auto Zone stores.

Following a trip to St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands, the couple will reside in Raymore, Mo.

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