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Mr. & Mrs. John Malcolm Hagan - photo by Special

    Rose Gringer and John Malcolm Hagan were united in marriage on Saturday,  April 5. The ceremony was held outside in the garden at The Historic Statesboro Inn in Statesboro. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Jane Page.
    Dinner and dancing followed the ceremony at the inn. Music was provided by Big Time Events.
    The bride is the daughter of Sandra Rosenberg and Jerry Gringer of Statesboro. Her grandparents are the late Rueben and Esther Rosenberg of Statesboro and Phillip and Rose Gringer of New York City.
    The groom's parents are JoAnn and Robert Hagan of Statesboro. His grandparents are Cecil and Chris Currie of Screven, Georgia, and the late Walter Kay and Gertrude "Toots" Hagan of Savannah.
    Given in marriage by her father and mother, the bride chose her sister, Esther Gringer of Statesboro, as her maid of honor. Rebecca Jung of Statesboro was her bridesmaid.
    The groom chose his brother, Will Hagan of Port Angeles, Washington, as his best man. Raymie Farr of Statesboro was his groomsman.
    The bride is a graduate of Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in creative writing. She currently works for Belk.
    The groom is a graduate of Ogeechee Technical College with an associate in computer support specialist and an associate in networking.
    After a honeymoon trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple now resides in Statesboro.

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