Tagg, Reece wed last May in Iowa

Amy Tagg and Chip Reece were married May 24, 2003, at Missionary Alliance Church in Blairsburg, Iowa, with pastor Bill Keller officiating the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Kenneth and Sherrie Tagg of Webster City, Iowa. The groom is the son of Charlie and Cindy Reece of Hillsboro.

Maid of honor was Melissa Tagg of Webster City, sister of the bride. Best man was Casey Reece of Hillsboro, brother of the groom.

Bridesmaids were Laura Redig, Sarah Ribbey and Lisa Miller, all friends of the couple. Junior bridesmaid was Nicole Tagg, sister of the bride. Personal attendant was Casey Evans, friend of the bride.

Flower girls were Mikaela and Abby Skaar, cousins of the bride.

Groomsmen were Stuart Janzen, friend of the groom, Joel Vander Wal, friend of the couple, and Nathanael Tagg, brother of the bride. Junior groomsman was Chance Reece, brother of the groom.

Ushers were Jeremy Koerselman, friend of the couple, and Nick Carlson, cousin of the groom.

Guestbook attendant was Magdalene Biesanz, friend of the couple. Gift attendants were Chassidy and Melissa Carlson, cousins of the groom.

Music included an instrumental trio by Jenna and Anna Christensen, cousins of the bride, and Benjamin Flessner, uncle of the bride; a vocal duet by Michael and Julianne Skarr, uncle and aunt of the bride; a vocal solo by Melissa Tagg, sister of the bride; and a surprise vocal solo by the bride.

Escorted by her father, the bride carried a bouquet of purple and blue roses.

The reception was hosted by Stan and Pam Watne, friends of the couple. Reception assistants were Becky Christensen, aunt of the bride; Chelsea, Carla and Jessi Carlson, cousins of the groom; and Shirley Carlson, grandmother of the groom.

The bride graduated from Webster City High School and is attending Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa.

The groom graduated from Hillsboro High School and is attending Northwestern College.

Following a honeymoon to Kansas City, the couple resides in Alton, Iowa.

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