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Navarre-Tovani engagement

Michael and Mary Ann Navarre of Peachtree City are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kendra Lee Navarre to her best friend, Alexander Glen Tovani, son of Jonathan and Mary Tovani also from Peachtree City.

The future bride graduated from McIntosh High School in 2009 and Auburn University in 2013 where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Studies. She plans on earning her Master's Degree in Social Work in order to pursue a career in marriage and family therapy.

The future groom is a graduate of Starr's Mill High School in 2007 and Auburn University in 2011 where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and became a commissioned officer in the United States Air Force. He is currently pursuing his life-long dream of being a fighter pilot.

Following their wedding, Kendra and Alex will be moving to Arizona where he will be flying F-16s and she will prepare to start her graduate degree.

The wedding will take place at the Victoria Belle Mansion in Hogansville, Ga. on August 31.

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