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Memories & Milestones

Hilliard-Croissant wedding

Breanne Hilliard and Nick Croissant were married Saturday, June 8, 2013, at Southern Hills Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas, officiated by Robert Oglesby.

The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David Hilliard and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hilliard and Mrs. Ruby Rude and the late Eldon Rude. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Croissant and grandson of Mrs. Leona Croissant and the late Robert L. Croissant and the late John I and Shirley Small.

The Maid of Honor was Whitney Hardcastle. Bridesmaids included Cassie Slafkes, sister-of-the groom; and Hallie Rideout, Lauren Bosley, Leah Sutphen, Emily Loper, and Megan McLean. Honorary bridesmaids were Holley Craft, Meredith Morgan and Lacy Rountree. Honorary flower girl was Elsie Slafkes.

Best Men were Nate Miller and Jake Croissant, brother-of-the groom. Groomsmen included Josh and Nathan Hilliard, brothers of the bride; and Jerry Slafkes, Matt Davis, Shea Nickel and Taylor Parsons. Ring bearer was Henry Slafkes.

The couple graduated from Abilene Christian University. The bride works for PwC in Dallas. The groom is a graduate student at the University of Texas Arlington.

Following a honeymoon in Alaska, Breanne and Nick will reside in Irving, Texas.

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