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Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Killough

April 24, 2014

Anna Lynn Zutavern and Nicholas Lee Killough were united in marriage Dec. 14, 2013, at the historical Minden Opera House in Minden with Pastor Paul Bauman as the officiant. It was a small and intimate wedding with the couples’ family and close friends. A reception followed the ceremony with hors d’oeuvres, horse drawn carriage rides, a hot chocolate bar, and an elegant dinner. 
Parents of the couple are Shawn and Lori Zutavern of Dunning and Brad and Dana Killough of Holdrege. Honorary guests were the bride's grandmothers Meredith Zutavern of Dunning and Rita Lewis of Litchfield and the groom's grandfathers Daryl Killough of Holdrege and Bob Lee of Ogallala. 
The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father, and sister of the bride, Drew Dimas, served as the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Kristin Tomasevicz, friend of the bride, Kaitlyn Bennett, friend of the couple, and Mysti Killough, sister-in-law of the groom. The brother of the groom, Dan Killough, served as the best man with groomsmen Garrett Maurer, friend of the groom, Jose Dimas, brother-in-law of the bride, and Russell Zutavern, brother of the bride.
The bride graduated from Sandhills High School and the University of Nebraska at Kearney where she received a bachelor of science in Business Administration with a minor in Criminal Justice. The groom graduated from Holdrege High School and Hastings Community College where he received a Construction Management Associate Degree.
After a weeklong honeymoon on the beautiful island of St. Lucia the couple has made their home in Kearney where the bride is the Financial/Office coordinator for Swenson Orthodontics and the groom is the Estimator for Kearney Glass.

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