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Sondrol -- Graves

Sallie Sondrol and Ron Graves were united in marriage May 30 at Bunde Christian Reformed Church in Bunde. The bride is the daughter of Allen and Brenda Sondrol of Sunburg. The groom is the son of Phil and Ruby Graves of Clara City. Matron of hono...

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Sallie and Ron Graves

Sallie Sondrol and Ron Graves were united in marriage May 30 at Bunde Christian Reformed Church in Bunde.

The bride is the daughter of Allen and Brenda Sondrol of Sunburg. The groom is the son of Phil and Ruby Graves of Clara City.

Matron of honor was Allison Spriggs, sister of the bride. Bride's attendants were Heidi Meyer, Ashley Elliott, DanaPeterson and Julie Loe, friends of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Megan Tollefson, cousin of the bride. Flower girls were Taylor Spriggs, niece of the bride, and Katelyn Graves and Hannah Graves, nieces of the groom.

Best man was Kevin Ziehl, friend of the groom. Groom's attendants were Nathan Graves and Neil Graves, brothers of the groom, and Barry Ryks and Ben Hebrink, friends of the groom. Junior groomsman was Jacob Meyer, cousin of the groom.

Ushers were Eric Tollefson, cousin of the bride, and Boone Niemeyer, Smiley Ulferts and Jon Frikke, friends of the groom.

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A reception was held at the church followed by a dance at Full Throttle in Clara City.

Following a wedding trip to Ixtapa, Mexico, the couple lives in rural Clara City where the groom is self-employed as a carpenter. The bride is employed as a registered nurse at Chippewa County-Monte-video Hospital and at Rice Care Center in Willmar.

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