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Posted: Sunday, April 5, 2009 12:00 am

MIDLAND Sarah Evelyn Faulkner of Odessa and Mark Ellis Staley of Midland were married Feb. 28 at First Presbyterian Church in Midland with the Rev. Sherry Holloman officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Ann and Douglas Mackey and Julie and Wendell Faulkner Jr., all of Odessa. She is a 2003 graduate of Odessa High School and attends Breyer State University with a major in equine studies. She is a certified horseback-riding instructor.

The groom is the son of Sandra and George Staley of Midland. He is a 1996 graduate of Midland High School and a 2000 graduate of Texas A&M University with a bachelor's degree in management information systems. He is employed by Sport Environmental Services of Midland.

Honor attendants were: Kassi Alford, Virginia Strikling Barmore, Blair Baker, Salem Mitchell, Amy Stoker, Patricia Tilley, Christine Lofton, Jennifer Faulkner Bartley, Margaret Shaw, Sara Shaw, Catherine Staley Hillgraf, Jennifer Staley Kostohryz, Brad Vineyard, Matt Cobb, Chuck Daniels, Jason Jumper, Hunter Schorre, Christian Shank, Jud Simon, Dustin Sockwell, Paul Staley, Dugger Faulkner, Mike Abbott, Kevin Dixon, David Kostohryz Jr., James Logan, Vance Smith and Ross Sport.

The couple took their wedding trip to Jamaica. They live in Midland.

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