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Bibby ~ Yeatts

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 13th, 2013

HAWAII — Mr. James Bibby of Katy and Mrs. Cheryl Costa, also of Katy, are proud to announce the marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Ann Bibby, to Adam Bradley-Ray Yeatts, son of Carol Yeatts and Perry Small of Norfolk, Va. The bride’s living grandparents are Dwayne and Vickie Dean of Buckhannon, W.Va. The grooms’ grandmother is Dorothy Hill of Norfolk.

The couple exchanged wedding vows on July 14 in a ceremony held at the Hale Koa Luau Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii, with Pastor Rod Shimobokura of New Hope Oahu officiating.

The bride, who graduated from Cinco Ranch High School in 2008 and will graduate in December from Hawaii Pacific University with an undergraduate degree in health sciences, was given in marriage by her father. Her maid of honor was Kacy Larvin also of Katy. Bridesmaids were Brita Johnson, Katy; the brides two sisters, Jennifer Hill and Krista Butzner; the groom’s sister, Brittany Cawley; and Alison Hutchens of Flowermound, Texas. Serving as flower girl was the groom’s niece, Hannah Cawley, and the bride’s cousin, Kathryn Mahan of Dallas, Texas, who also served as the ring bearer.

The groom, who graduated from Granby High School in Norfolk, Virginia in 2003, is a graduate of Hawaii Pacific University with an undergraduate degree in public relations and a masters in secondary education. Serving as his best man was Andy Reese of Norfolk, Va. His groomsmen were Dan Resing of Bluecorn, Ky.; Josh Ladrillono of Virginia Beach; Tyree Payne of Stonefield, Kan.; Rob Conrad of Wasilla, Alaska and Kenny Vidinich of Honolulu.

While attending college, both the bride and groom were competitive cheerleaders on Hawaii Pacific University’s award-winning cheer squads. The groom currently is a social studies teacher at Kaiser High School in Honolulu, where the couple will reside. The bride is a cheer coach at Iolani School and Cheer808, Inc. In the fall, she will be an intern at Cross Fit Oahu as part of completing her health services degree.

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