August 30, 2014

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Jessica Morgan Vose and Wayne Clinton Strang were united in marriage on July 20 at Our Saviour’s Church in Jacksonville. Deacon Roch Magerl performed the double-ring ceremony. A dinner and dance reception was held that evening at Hamilton’s in Jacksonville.
The bride is the daughter of Mike & Sheila Vose of Perry, and the granddaughter of Gene and Clara Vose and Ray and Marcel Moore, all of Perry. The groom is the son of Roger and Janet Strang of Virginia, and the grandson of Gertie Kirbach of Carrollton and the late Leonard Kirbach and Kent & Elizabeth Strang.
Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sister, McKenzie Vose, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Lizzie Gajewski, Kiona Pryor, Sarah Knapp, all friends of the bride, and Emily Strang, sister of the groom. Flower girls were Georgie Bartlett, friend of the bride, and Audrey Pine, niece of the groom. Serving the groom as best man was Trenton Martin, friend of the couple. Groomsmen were Jason Babb, Brian Turner, Michael McMillan, and Bret Hish, friends of the groom. Ringbearer was Ryan Strang, nephew of the groom.
Chase Vose & Jason Hobson, cousins of the bride, and Ryan Boston, friend of the groom, were ushers. Reading Scripture was Megan Boone, cousin of the bride. Guest book attendants were Bailey Powers, cousin of the bride, and Courtney Swan, niece of the groom.
Jessica is a 2008 graduate of Griggsville-Perry High School and a 2013 graduate of Western Illinois University in Macomb, where she received a master’s degree in communication sciences and disorders. She is employed as a Speech/Language Pathologist with the Beardstown School District.
Wayne is a 2006 graduate of Virginia High School and a 2009 graduate of Western Illinois University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in construction management. He is employed by Dale Shafer Builders in Jacksonville.
After a honeymoon trip to Riviera Maya, Mexico, the couple is making their home in rural Virginia.