Mineral Wells Index, Mineral Wells, TX


January 28, 2013

Wedding: Lamb-Olson

Bethany Michelle Lamb and Jesse Ray Olson were united in marriage at 6 pm on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Brownstone Wedding Chapel in Weatherford Texas. Uncle of the bride, Pastor Jerry Lubrano of Riverview, Fla., officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her mother, Susan Lamb.

The bride is the daughter of Susan Lamb, of Mineral Wells, and the late Glenn Lamb.  Grandmother is Doreen Boyd, also of Mineral Wells. The bride is a 2007 graduate of Mineral Wells High School and has attended Weatherford College. She is currently employed at Gulf States Properties, in Fort Worth.

The groom is the son of Dan and Kelly Olson, of Walnut Springs, Texas.  Grandparents are Kay and Richard Scibek, of Granbury, and Jerry and Debbie Hearrell, of Bridgeport. The groom is a 2004 graduate of Walnut Springs High School and a 2009 graduate of Tarleton State University with a degree in Agricultural Economics. He is currently employed at Teskey’s in Weatherford.

Maid of Honor was the bride’s younger sister, Nikki Lamb, of Weatherford. Matron of Honor was Kimberly Sinku (sister of the bride) of Fort Worth. Bridesmaids were Leah Weme (cousin of the bride), of  Eagle River, Ala., and Mandy  O’Hearn (sister of the groom), of Clifton, Texas. Junior Bridesmaid was Ashleigh Sinku, (niece of the bride), of Fort Worth. 

Best man was the groom’s brother in law, Joseph O’Hearn, of Clifton. Groomsmen included: Brandon Jackson (cousin of the groom), of Crowley: Sammy Ortega, of Walnut Springs; and Eddie Whitt, of Walnut Springs. Sign bearer was Karson O’Hearn (nephew of the Groom), son of Mandy and Joseph O’Hearn, of Clifton. Ring Bearer was Christopher Sinku (nephew of the bride), son of Kimberly and Chris Sinku, of Fort Worth. 

A reception following the wedding was held in the Parker Room at the Fire Oak Grill, in Weatherford. The couple spent seven days cruising Key West and the Bahamas as a honeymoon. The couple will reside in Weatherford.

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