The Palestine Herald, Palestine, Texas


January 9, 2011

Paris-Glaser wedding

Traci Jane Paris of Palestine and Zachary Ross Glaser of Rockdale were married Dec. 18 at Palestine Church in Palestine.

The Revs. Ricky Paris of Palestine, Jim Hytton of Fort Worth, Juan Carlos Manzewitch of McAllen and Billy Burton of Houston, read vows before an altar decorated with candles and Christmas floral arrangements.

Parents of the bride are Ricky and Jane Paris of Palestine and parents of the groom are Lori Van Cleave of Waco and Chris Glaser of Rockdale.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a white, floor length, Cleopatra neckline dress. The bride carried a bouquet of roses.

Attending the bride was maid of honor Juliet Reichert, niece of the bride, of Berlin, Germany.

Bridesmaids were Sarah Paris Reichert, sister of the bride, of Berlin, Germany; Carin Paris Evans, sister of the bride, of Fort Worth; Elizabeth Warren of Palestine and Meaghan Glaser of Austin.

Junior bridesmaid was Natalia Reichert, niece of the bride, of Berlin, Germany.

Attendants wore black, knee length dresses. They carried bouquets of various flowers.

Flower girl was Annabelle Evans, niece of the bride, of Fort Worth.

Ring bearer was Jack Evans of Fort Worth and Jeremiah Reichert of Berlin, Germany.

Best man was Terry Taylor of Dallas. Groomsmen were: Zachary Paris, Frankie Wright and Eric Musil, all of Palestine; Casey Dulgar of Queretaro, Mexico and Rylan Scippa of Austin.

Ushers were Brad Compton of Celeste, Daniel McLoud and Jason McKinney, both of Palestine.

Providing music was Caleb Edwards, Paris Anderson, Johnie Adams, James Warren, Robbie Pope, Hannah Pope, Michael Edwards and Don Pope.

A reception hosted by the parents of the bride was held at the Palestine Convention Center.

Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple will reside in Fort Worth.

The bride is a 2008 graduate of University of Texas in Tyler. She is a Spanish teacher, Trinity High School, HEB ISD, Fort Worth.

The groom is a former Navy Corpsman and is presently a full-time student at Tarrant County Community College.


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