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Swanagan-Heyen Wedding

Nancy Jean Swanagan and Cameron Scott Heyen were married June 12, 2010, at the Mountain Top Inn Chapel in Pine Mountain. The Rev. James R. Cook performed the ceremony.

Serving the bride as maid of honor and matron of honor were the bride’s daughters, Jennifer Swanagan of Athens, Ga., and Christina Swanagan-Blizzard of Fayetteville. The bride was given away by her son Brian Swanagan of Rome, Ga.

Serving the groom as best man and groomsman were the groom’s sons Cameron Heyen and Charles Heyen, both of Tucker.

After a honeymoon cruise to the Bahamas, the couple is residing in Fayetteville.

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