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Murty and Newton exchange wedding vows

October 23, 2009
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald
TAMA NEWS-HERALD - Tiffany Sue Newton and Clinton Louis Murty were united in marriage Saturday, August 15, 2009 at Cedar Heights Baptist Church, Cedar Falls. Pastor Kevin Wilkening performed the ceremony.

Parents of the bride are Mr. Bud Newton of Springfield and Claudette Cubbage of New Liberty. The groom’s parents are John and Karen Murty, Toledo.

The alter was decorated with candles and bouquets of white lillies. Assisting the bride with flowers and corsages were sister in law Annette Kotouc and Nicole Murty.

Music selections by pianist Helen Berrey and mother of Clint, Karen Murty, were “No Place That Far” by Sara Evans, and the Carpenters “We’ve Only Just Begun.” Trena McCartney, aunt, read “Gift from the Sea.”

Melissa Newton was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Kelly Newton, sister, and Cassie Westerman, friend. Like the bride, they all wore strapless, floor length gowns, of lace and satin, with tucked in high gathered waists. Flower girls were Rachel and Megan Murty, wearing handmade aqua colors to match the bridesmaids gowns.

Best man for his brother was Bradley Murty. Groomsmen were friends Shane Behounek, and Tony Retzlaff. Ring bearer was nephew Paul Murty who wore a black tuxedo to match all of his elders.

Seating the guests was twin brother Shane Newton, brother in law Jody Kotouc, nephew Ethan Kotouc, and uncle Dave McCartney. Gifts and guest book were attended by brothers of the bride Gabe Newton, and Marine A. J. Newton honorary, unable to attend from present duty in California.

Special guests were Tiffany’s grandparents Tom and Ruby McCartney, Clinton, and Clint’s grandmother Marcella Murty, Vinton. Also present were great aunts and uncle Dorothy Husak, Bill and Marge Husak.

Following the ceremony the bride and groom celebrated with a reception supper at Hickory Hills Park, Dysart. Hosts and hostesses were aunts and uncles Dianna Graham, Doug and Annie Husak, and Toma and Sharon Husak. Aunts who prepared and served a variety of delicious foods were Jodean Card and Tammy West, Waterloo, Tiffany Husak and the late Rosemary Husak-Rigsby of Toledo. The meats and vegetables were raised on Clint’s family farms. The large selection of music was provided by Class Act D. J. from Cedar Rapids, and the guests danced until midnight.

The bride is finishing her bachelors degree in Construction Management at UNI. The groom continues to work for Belle Plaine Nursery. A winter wedding trip is planned to Florida, and at present the family resides in Waterloo.

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Clint and Tiffany Murty



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