Jackson, McMannis celebrate marriage

Tina Janell Jackson and Joshua Dean McMannis were married June 5 in an outdoor ceremony north of Canton with pastor Phil Radatz officiating the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Allan and Mary Jackson of Phillipsburg. The groom is the son of Dave and Tonya McMannis of Canton.

Grandparents are Lela Kipp and Margaret Jackson, both of Phillipsburg; William and Shirley Vogts and Charlie and Jean McMannis, all of Canton.

Matron of honor was Staci Manning of Norton, sister of the bride. Best man was Reid Green of Manhattan.

Bridesmaids were Jamie Nurnberg of Manhattan and Tracie Schroeder of Strong City. Bride’s personal attendant was Rebecca McMannis, sister of the groom.

Flower girls were Taryn Norstrom of Galva and Abbie Jo Schroeder of Strong City.

Groomsmen were Trevin Prieb of Canton and Jeff Boyd of Garden City.

Ushers were Jace Pavlovich of Hays and Ted and Travis Regehr, both of Canton.

Guest book and program attendants were Lana Vogts of Hutchinson and Dana Loganbill of Moundridge.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a white floor-length Ginza gown of matte satin. The gown featured spaghetti straps, buttons down the back of the dress and a beaded and embroidered bodice.

The bride carried a hand-tied bouquet of purple tulips and miniature sunflowers.

A reception and dance were held at the Canton Fairgrounds following the ceremony.

Reception hosts were Bob and Deanne Loganbill of Moundridge and Nick and Steph Kraus of Marion.

Reception assistants were Kathy Prieb, Kandee Prieb and Melanie Vogts, all of Canton.

Photographer for the ceremony and reception was Rita Pavlovich of Meade, friend of the couple.

The bride is a graduate of Phillipsburg High School and Fort Hays Sate University. She is currently employed as an English teacher in Moundridge.

The groom is a graduate of Canton-Galva High School and Kansas State University. He is currently employed by Canton Service Center.

Following a honeymoon in Oklahoma, the couple resides in Canton.

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