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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel James Robinson

Monday, December 12, 2005

Sue Tinsley and Daniel James Robinson were united in marriage at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 25, 2005, at Greater Vision Worship Center in Puxico. The bride is the daughter of Harold and Barbara Tinsley of Fisk. The bridegroom is the son of James and Hazel Robinson of Dexter.

The bride was escorted by her father, Harold Tinsley, and the ceremony was performed by Pastor Marty Bryant.

Special CDs of the couple's choice were played at the wedding.

Christmas trees with white lights and green garland with lights and bows were used as decorations. Three-tiered candles with garland and bows were used as accents.

The bride wore a long white dress with sequins and pearls with sleeves adorned with special crochet by the bridegroom's mother.

Beth Griffin of Ft. Collins, Colo., daughter of the bride, Angie Tinsley of Dexter, daughter-in-law, Karla and Aliesha Parker of Rombauer, sister and niece of the bride, Marla Robinson of Dexter, sister of the bridegroom, Haley Hutchison of Dexter, niece of the bridegroom, and Blake Tinsley of Dexter, granddaughter of the bride, were bridal attendants. They wore long black satin dresses with white trim at the top and carried long-stem pink roses with white poinsettias.

Joe Tinsley of Dexter, son of the bride, Jarrett and Billy Griffin of Dexter, sons of the bride, Harold and Rob Parker of Rombauer, brother-in-law and nephew, Payton and Aaron Hutchison of Dexter, nephews of the bridegroom, and Tristan Sloan, grandson of the bride, were the bridegroom's attendants. The men wore jeans with a black and white western shirt.

The mother of the bride wore a burgundy skirt with a long sleeved lace top. Her corsage was white poinsettias with a white and silver bow.

The mother of the bridegroom wore a heather white two-piece suit with long sleeves and accented with a burgundy scarf, and her corsage was pink and mauve with white poinsettia and a white and silver bow.

The reception was held at Puxico City Hall. The reception assistants were Hazel Robinson, Sherry and Cathy Tinsley and many others. The cake was made by Sister Ada Bryant.

Tom and Jamie Hutchison were the wedding photographers.

A special one-night wedding trip to Bullwinkle's Lodge was a gift from the bride's youngest son, Billy Griffin.

The bride is a 1979 graduate of Dupo High School of Dupo, Ill., and is the owner of Heaven's Grace Bible, Bridal and Lace.

The bridegroom is a 1991 graduate of Dexter High School and is employed as an electrical and construction contractor.

The couple will reside in Dexter.

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