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Hayes Kluttz Wedding

CHINA GROVE — Brittney Renee Hayes and Paul Michael Kluttz were united in marriage Saturday, April 30, 2011, at Genesis Baptist Church.
The Rev. Gene Edwards officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception at Vintage Motor Club.
The bride was escorted by her father, Mr. Jerry Hayes, and attended by Miss Jenna Crowell of Cornelius as maid of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were sister of the bride Miss Mallory Hayes of Rockwell, Mrs. Megan Long of Landis, Mrs. Candice Carter of China Grove, Mrs. Aprille Furr of Landis and Mrs. Ashley Johnson of Concord.
Mr. Randy Kluttz stood as his son’s best man. Serving as groomsmen were brother of the groom Mr. Jason Kluttz of Salisbury, Mr. J.P. Stutts of Concord, Mr. Josh Seastedt of Salisbury, Mr. Gene Ramos of Rockwell and Mr. Jason Overcash of China Grove.
Lily Kluttz of Salisbury, niece of the groom, was flower girl, and Master Brayden Carter of China Grove served as ring bearer. Serving as miniature bride was Miss Skylar Mills of China Grove.
Guest registrar was Mrs. Patti Mills and Mrs. Amanda Kioukis of China Grove; greeters were Mr. and Mrs. Danny Crowell of Kannapolis; program attendants were Kassidy Voyles, Cora Voyles and Madeline Stamey; and wedding director was Mrs. Diane Barnett of Kannapolis.
The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Denise Hayes of Rockwell and the granddaughter of Shirley Harwood of Kannapolis, the late John Walker and the late Jerry and Shirley Hayes. A 2001 graduate of South Rowan High School, Brittney also studied at Campbell University. She is employed by Cabarrus Eye Center.
The groom is the son of Randy and Becky Kluttz of Salisbury and the grandson of Grace Kluttz of Salisbury, the late Homer Kluttz and the late Rowland and Cazzie Mills. A 2002 graduate of Salisbury High School, Paul is employed by Concord Police Department.
A wedding rehearsal dinner was hosted by parents of the groom at Genesis Baptist Church.
Following a wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple will make their home in Kannapolis.

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