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Terri Renae Miller of Hillsboro and Charles Christopher Casey originally of Hardin, were united in marriage on Aug. 21, at the First Presbyterian Church in Hardin by Earl Allen, friend of the bride and groom.
The new Mrs. Casey is the daughter of Larry and Gail Johnson of Fillmore and Mike and Gaylyn Casey of Hillsboro. Her husband is the son of Charles and Carole Casey of Hardin.
The bride chose a white tea length dress with a v-neck and long sheer sleeves. She carried a bouquet of white roses with white satin ribbon. The bridesmaids wore peacock green floor length gowns with v-necks and long sheer sleeves. They carried bouquets of bright yellow sunflowers and gold ribbon.
The bride chose her daughters, Alexandra and Lauryn Miller, as bridesmaids. The groom selected his cousins, Tony Hubert, as best man, and Keith Casey as groomsman.
Serving as ring bearer was Brody Wright, great-nephew of the bride. Mary Jean Aderton was the organist, and Clare Hubert and Maddie Casey, cousins of the groom, served as guest book attendants. The bride and groom drove from the church in the groom’s black Ford Mustang convertible.
Following the ceremony, a reception dinner was held at Straight Home in Hardin. A three-tier cake baked by Kathy Clowers was trimmed with white roses and sunflowers and was served with matching cupcakes. Oliver Wright, friend of the bride and groom, served as DJ at the reception.
The new Mrs. Casey is a graduate of Nokomis High School. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in history from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and a Master of Public Administration degree from University of Illinois Springfield. She is currently the County Director for University of Illinois Extension serving Logan, Menard, and Sangamon counties.
The groom was a graduate of Hardin-Calhoun High School and earned his Bachelor of Science degree from University of Illinois Springfield in political science as well as Master of Political Science degree. He currently owns and operates Casey Management Group.
The couple has made their home on the bride’s farm south of Hillsboro. They plan to take their honeymoon next year to celebrate their first anniversary.