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Hunter-Rich wedding

Keith and Sheila Hunter of Tyrone, Ga., announce the marriage of their daughter Amy Joy Hunter to Jason Rich, son of Barry and Marge Rich of Manchester, Connecticut.

The wedding took place on Dec. 30, 2011 at the Casa Monica in St. Augustine, Fla. The officiating minister was Rev. William H. Young of St. Augustine.

The bride's sister Sarah Hunter of Tyrone served as maid of honor, with Mrs. Stefanie Coombe of Alabama, Mrs. Lindsay Ehrlich of Florida, and Mrs. Grace Rodriguez of Texas as bridesmaids. The flower girls were Miss Aubrey and Miss Brooke Krauss of Florida.

The best man was Mr. Edward Yankowski from Iowa. The groomsmen were Mr. Doug Correll of Nebraska, Mr. Jeremy Rich, brother of the groom, from California, and Mr. Liam Sullivan of Connecticut. Mr. Jacob Hunter, brother of the bride, served as usher, and Master Gabriel Sangster from Georgia was the ring bearer.

Following the ceremony, a dinner and dance reception was held in the Flagler ballroom at the Casa Monica.

After the wedding, the couple enjoyed several nights in the Mexican Riviera.

The couple now resides in their new home in Atlanta with plans to travel to Italy in May.


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