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Thank you from the Father of the Bride

Filed in Review, Wedding — July 22, 2014

I don’t often get a thank you from the father of the bride, so this one touched me:

Rev. Werk,
It is never easy to give one’s daughter away at a wedding. But the wonderful service you had for Lindsey and Brian on July 12, was so uplifting that it helped me immensely.

Thank you for all your efforts with Brian and Lindsey and the rehearsal and the actually wedding ceremony. You made a special day, an extra special day.

Randy

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