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Earle-Healey engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Greg (Cheryl) Earle of Tyrone announce the upcoming nuptials of their daughter, Jenna Marie Earle, to Sean Patrick Healey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Peggy) Healey of Fayetteville.

The bride-to-be is the grand-daughter of Barbara Reich and Don Reich of Peachtree City, Dewey Jenkins and Deb Bainer-Jenkins of East Point, and Harold and Betty Jo Earle of Sharpsburg. She is a 2006 graduate of Sandy Creek High School and a 2010 summa cum laude graduate of the Medical College of Georgia with a bachelor of science degree in nursing. She is presently employed as an RN on the labor and delivery floor at South Fulton Hospital.

The groom-elect is the grandson of the late Bernard “Pete” Eder and Harriet Eder of Elmwood Park, Ill. and the late Joseph and Lorraine Virginia Healey of Chicago, Ill. He is also a 2006 graduate of Sandy Creek High School and a 2010 graduate of the University of Georgia where he earned a bachelor of business administration in marketing. He is currently employed as a client support specialist with Recall.

The wedding will take place on Oct. 8, 2011 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Peachtree City followed by a reception at Whitewater Country Club in Fayetteville. After a honeymoon, the couple will reside in Atlanta.

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