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Callie Seely, Robert Keach

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J.D. and Terry Seely, of Ferron, are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Callie, to Robert Keach, son of Bill and Marcia Keach, of Lindon. The couple will be married June 3, 2010, in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. Receptions will be held in their honor Friday, June 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Oasis Garden, 1145 N. 575 W. (DesBeeDove Road), Castle Dale and Saturday, June 5 at LDS Church, 325 N. Canal Drive, Lindon. We welcome all to come and celebrate with them.

Callie is a 2006 graduate of Emery High School, 2008 graduate of the College of Eastern Utah and a 2010 graduate of Utah State University. She served as an ambassador at both CEU and USU. She earned a bachelor of science in Entrepreneurship and a bachelor of science in Human Resource Management from the Department of Management with a minor in Marketing.

Robbie graduated from Klein High School, Houston, Texas in 2005 and served an LDS mission to Philadelphia, Penn. He is currently attending Brigham Young University, majoring in Actuarial Science.

The couple will spend their summer in Denver, Colo., where Robbie is working as an intern for Halliburton. They will return to Utah County in the fall to work and continue their education.

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