• September 25, 2016

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  • Andrea Marie Davis

Andrea Marie Davis and Logan Thomas Chaney were united in marriage on June 7, 2014, at Tenroc Ranch Blue Heron in Salado. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Col. James Davis, in a ceremony officiated by Pastor Yohan Baek.

The bride is the daughter of Col. James and Lisa Davis. Her grandparents are Glen and Loise Grandy of Killeen and Peter and Gerda Gerber of Springfield, Va. She has a master’s in educational administration from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. She is a teacher in the Killeen Independent School District.

The groom is the son of Red and Teresa Chaney of Academy. He has a master’s in educational administration from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He is a teacher in the Killeen Independent School District.

The maid of honor was Meagan Davis of Belton and the matron of honor was Meghan Twist of Midland. The bridesmaids were Jessica Massey of Olive Branch, Miss., Alex Chapman of Nashville, Tenn., Erin Payne of Memphis, Tenn., and Anna Chaney of Academy.

The flower girl was Claire Kunders of Nolanville and the ring bearer was Wyatt Chaney of Academy.

The best man was Daniel Chaney of Academy. The groomsmen were Jordan Chaney of Academy, Klay Kuban of Academy, Daryl Williams of Academy, Cody Cozart of Academy and Daniel Zipperlen of Westlake.

A string quartet from Terra Vista Strings of Austin provided music for the ceremony and the soloist was Matthew McGinnis of Nolanville.

The couple resides in Belton.

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