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Mr. & Mrs. Keith Pynn
    Katie Donehoo of Wilmington Island and Keith Pynn of Savannah were married Saturday, October 21, 2006 at the home of the bride’s grandparents in Brooklet.
    Katie is the daughter of the late Beth Moon Donehoo of Williamson and is the granddaughter of Pete and Catherine Moon of Brooklet.
    Keith is the son of Janet Pynn of Savannah and Lester Pynn of Ocala. He is the grandson of Jamie and Walter Kress of Savannah. He is a graduate of Armstrong Atlantic State University and currently teaches history at Savannah Arts Academy.
    The ceremony was held at high noon with Father Mark Roberts of Christ Episcopal Church in Savannah officiating.
    Given in marriage by her grandfather, Pete Moon, the bride wore a gown of cotton and silk organza and a veil attached to a row of pearls to complement the gown. She carried a bouquet of fall calla lilies.
    Kyle Pynn, brother of the groom, served as best man. Holly Meadows of Nashville was maid of honor and Whitlock Hunter of Buckhead served as man of honor.
    Others serving the bride and groom were Suzanne Selph of Sylvania, Nick Dietz of New York City, Bryant Conger of Augusta, Mike Pace of Birmingham and Eileen Spiers of Brooklet.
    Music for the wedding and the reception was provided by Donnie and Elaine Collins.
    The couple will reside on Wilmington Island with their dogs, Trinity and Fort.
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