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Leach, Greene wed in March ceremony

Published: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 11:16 a.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 11:25 a.m. CDT

Jenna Dawn Leach and Joshua James Greene, both of Creston, were married 5 p.m. March 29 at Salem Lutheran Church in Creston.

The bride is the daughter of Timothy and Shelly Leach of Creston. The groom is the son of Dr. Terry and Jacque Greene of Afton.

The Rev. Ben McIntire officiated the ceremony.

Maid of honor was Kayla Davidson of Creston. Bridesmaids were Kristina Adamson of Creston and Victoria Keeler of Bedford.

Personal attendants were Aubreeanna Winners of Des Moines and Jessica Landers of Kansas City, Mo. Flower attendant was Whitney Greene. Shades of purple flowers were compliments of Kelly’s Flowers and Gifts in Creston.

Flower girls were Gabby Prevo and Jayden Koenig, both of Bloomfield, cousins of the groom. Candlelighter was Chelsea Prevo of Bloomfield, cousin of the groom.

Best man was Bo Greene of Afton, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Drew Greene of Ames, brother of the groom, and Ray Chenoweth of Afton.

Ushers were Mylo Wells and McKane Wells, both of Bloomfield, cousins of the groom, Shaun Irelan of Creston, cousin of the bride, and Zane Greene of Davis City, cousin of the groom.

Ringbearers were Tytus Forsberg of Altoona, cousin of the bride, Jagger and Beckham Odgaard of Pleasant Hill, cousins of the groom, and Cooper Horton of Lenox, nephew of the bride.

Guestbook and gift attendant was Mallory Wells of Bloomfield, cousin of the groom.

A reception was held at Three Mile Lake Lodge in Afton, hosted by Josh and Jamie Horton of Lenox and Elly Greene of Des Moines. Britany Irelan and Angie Forsberg assisted in serving cupcakes and refreshments. Chuck and Krystal Irelan of Creston and Josh Brodie of Clearfield assisted in preparing and serving the meal.

The bride is a graduate of Creston High School and Buena Vista University. She is currently employed as mortgage loan processor at First National Bank in Creston.

The groom is a graduate of East Union High School and Des Moines Area Community College. He is currently employed at Kelly’s Flowers and Gifts.

The couple reside in Creston.

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