2004-05-08T00:00:00Z Allred-Feyhl Casper Star-Tribune Online
May 08, 2004 12:00 am

CASPER - Donna Gayle Allred and Paul James Feyhl were married April 8, 2004, in the Pioneer Church at Central Wyoming Fairgrounds by the Rev. Robert Griffin.

The bride is the daughter of Dick and Lynne Gebhart of Casper.

The groom is the son of Wayne and Kennadine Feyhl of Casper.

A reception is planned for a late date.

The bride graduated from Ten Sleep High School and is a senior at the University of Wyoming/Casper College, majoring in social sciences. She is a caseworker with the Department of Family Services, specializing in child forensic interviewing.

The groom graduated from Kelly Walsh High School. He is a maintenance foreman with Wyoming Department of Transportation.

Following a wedding trip to GunFlint Lodge in Grand Marais, Minn., the couple is at home in Evansville.

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