Fagala-Farris engagement

Miss Lauren Fagala of Greenbrier and Mr. Jonah Farris of Guy have announced their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. Danny and Mrs. Robin Fagala of Greenbrier. She is the granddaughter of Mr. Bob and Mrs. Buneva Clark of Greenbrier and Mr. Dan and Mrs. Joyce Fagala of Bella Vista, Ark. She is the great-granddaughter of Mr. T.V. and Mrs. Loell Bowie of Greenbrier and Mrs. Mary Lois Clark and the late Mr. Doyne Clark of Conway, the late Mr. W.R. and Mrs. Hazel Speer of Oklahoma City and the late Mr. E.E. and Mrs. Oleta Fagala of Cave Springs.

She is a 2007 graduate of Greenbrier High School, a graduate of Central Baptist College, and a December 2011 graduate of the University of Central Arkansas, with a Bachelor of Science degree, with an emphasis in occupational therapy. She will graduate in August from UCA, with a Master of Science in occupational therapy.

The prospective groom is the son of Mr. Jeff Farris and Mrs. Kathy Farris of Guy. He is the grandson of Mr. John and Mrs. Kay Tillman of Western Grove, Ark., and the late Dr. Jefferson Davis Farris Jr. and Mrs. Patsy Farris of Hot Springs.

He is a 2006 graduate of Guy-Perkins High School, a 2010 graduate of the University of Central Arkansas, with a Bachelor of Science degree, with an emphasis in political science, and will graduate is May 2013 with a Master of Arts in teaching.

He is currently employed as a graduate assistant at the UCA Department of Education.

The wedding is set to take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 7, at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Greenbrier.


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