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Kessler, Grassman engagement

Carly Kessler and Cody Grassman have announced their engagement. High school sweethearts and 2011 Coupeville High School graduates, they are planning their wedding for late summer or early fall in 2013.Carly is the daughter of Daryl and Brandy Kessler of Greenbank. She is an Early Childhood Education major at Everett Community College and will graduate next spring. Cody is the son of James and Amy Grassman of Oak Harbor. He attended Everett Community College and has enlisted in the the U.S. Navy. He leaves for boot camp in November. The couple will wed after he has completed his advanced training. - Contributed
Carly Kessler and Cody Grassman have announced their engagement. High school sweethearts and 2011 Coupeville High School graduates, they are planning their wedding for late summer or early fall in 2013.Carly is the daughter of Daryl and Brandy Kessler of Greenbank. She is an Early Childhood Education major at Everett Community College and will graduate next spring. Cody is the son of James and Amy Grassman of Oak Harbor. He attended Everett Community College and has enlisted in the the U.S. Navy. He leaves for boot camp in November. The couple will wed after he has completed his advanced training.
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Carly Kessler and Cody Grassman have announced their engagement. High school sweethearts and 2011 Coupeville High School graduates, they are planning their wedding for late summer or early fall in 2013.Carly is the daughter of Daryl and Brandy Kessler of Greenbank. She is an Early Childhood Education major at Everett Community College and will graduate next spring. Cody is the son of James and Amy Grassman of Oak Harbor. He attended Everett Community College and has enlisted in the the U.S. Navy. He leaves for boot camp in November. The couple will wed after he has completed his advanced training.

 

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