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The parents of Crystal Dawn Smith and Wesley James Miller are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their children. Crystal graduated from of Northwestern Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2003; she is a first-year law student at Oklahoma City University’s School of Law. Wesley graduated in 1997 from Northwestern Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and earned his bachelor’s in accounting in 2001. Wesley is a general contractor and the owner of Miller & Associates LLC in Alva, Okla. The wedding will be on the deck at the Sunlight Mountain ski lodge in Glenwood Springs, on May 20.

Teresa Ann English and Peter James Knudson just returned from their honeymoon in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Teri and Peter were married Feb. 19 in Fort Collins by the Rev. Wally Finley. The parents of the bride are Jerry and Ann English, of Glenwood Springs, and the groom’s parents are Bob and Connie Knudson, of Minot, N.D.The newlyweds live in Fort Collins. Teri is a style coach for competitive ice skaters and director of dance at Edora Ice Center. Teri, a graduate of Roaring Fork High School and Colorado State University, is a professional dancer and choreographer. Peter, the manager of Colorado Drum and Percussion, is a professional percussionist who has toured with various bands, and teaches privately.The newlyweds live in Fort Collins. Teri is a style coach for competitive ice skaters and director of dance at Edora Ice Center. Teri, a graduate of Roaring Fork High School and Colorado State University, is a professional dancer and choreographer. Peter, the manager of Colorado Drum and Percussion, is a professional percussionist who has toured with various bands, and teaches privately.


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