Burton-HornJennie Love Burton of Killeen, Texas, daughter of Earl "Sonny" and Mary Jo Burton of Killeen, exchanged wedding vows with Capt. Daniel Lee Horn of Fort Hood, Texas, March 2 at First Baptist Church in Killeen. He is the son of Brad and Margaret Horn of Warrenton.

The bride was given in marriage by her father in the double-ring ceremony officiated by Marshall Coen. She wore a sheath gown designed by Oleg Cassini that featured a small bow at the waist flaring into an organza-over-tulle detachable chapel-length train, accented with a pearl choker necklace and pearl drop earrings. Her bouquet consisted of a while calla lily center surrounded by white roses with pink throats, accented with pale pink miniature antique roses and tied with ivory satin ribbon with gold lame trim and tulle.

Matron of Honor was April Gustafson of Killeen. Bridesmaids were Amy Brown of Killeen, Sandi Hardy of Burleson, Texas, and the groom's sister, Kim Horn of Portland.

Best Man was the groom's brother, Andy Horn of Warrenton. Groomsmen were Capt. Matthew Allison of Harker Heights, Texas, 1st Lt. Tyler Boob of Leesville, La.; Joey Jordan of Tacoma, Wash.; Jim Neusch of Schwensksville, Penn.; and Wiley Gustafson of Killeen.

Saber bearers were 1st Lt. Tom Bierman, 1st Lt. Tom Dwyer, Capt. Christian Gemar, 1st Lt. Bill Kost and Capt. John Manse. Janis Singletary was organist and Gretchen Williams was the harpist.

A reception was held at the Fort Hood Officers' Club.

The bride graduated from C.E. Ellison High School and Tarleton State University. She is a substitute teacher with the Killeen Independent School District. The groom is a 1994 Warrenton High School graduate who also graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 1998. He is a captain in the U.S. Army at Fort Lee, Va.

The couple plans to make their home in Fort Lee.

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