Shannon — Mobley

Jennell Kristine Shannon and Ethan Taylor Mobley of St. Paul, Minn. were married Aug. 20, 2016, at University Lutheran Church of Hope in Minneapolis, Minn.

Kristy and Patrick Shannon of Lino Lakes, Minn. are the parents of the bride, Jennell Kristine Shannon. Sherre and David Mobley of New London, Mo. are the parents of the groom, Ethan Taylor Mobley.

The bride's grandparents are Kenny (deceased) and Shirley Olson, and Thomas (deceased) and Georgia Jean Shannon. Grandparents of the groom are Wallace (deceased) and Lorraine Lubker, and Patricia Mobley (deceased) and David W. Mobley.

The bride attended Centennial High School in Lino Lakes, Minn. She later attended University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, Md. and University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, Minn. She received a BA in Government and Politics and a JD in Law.

The groom attended Hannibal High School in Hannibal, Mo. He later attended Westminster College, Fulton, Mo. and University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, Minn. He received a BA in Mathematical Sciences and a JD in Law.

The bride is an attorney at Johnson Becker PLLC, St. Paul, Minn. The groom is an attorney at Getac, Bloomington, Minn.

The couples' attendants included Maid of Honor Kayla Shannon, sister of the bride, and Bridesmaid Kate Mobley, sister of the groom. Austin Mobley, brother of the groom, served as Bestman. Ushers were: Michael Greaves, friend of the groom, Colin Wallace, friend of the groom, Benjamin Bor, friend of the groom, and Todd Reutlinger, friend of the groom.

The couple's reception was held at The Depot, Minneapolis, Minn. The newlyweds honeymooned in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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