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Dallas Elizabeth Magera and Jeffrey Martin Miller, both of Krum, were married Sunday, May 29, 2011 at the First United Methodist Church of Krum.  Dr. Rev. Christy Thomas officiated.  A dinner and dance followed that evening at th e Denton Optimist Club.

The maid of honor was the Dallas' cousin Janell Vanderford and the bridesmaids were Lori Cordell and the bride's daughter, Helen Harward.  The Bride's son, George Harward, escorted her down the aisle. 

The flowergirls were Lindsey Messenger and Bailey Cordell. 

The best man was Jeff's son Christopher and the groomsman was his son Chase. 

Jeff and Dallas spent their honeymoon in Oahu, Hawai'i and will reside in Krum.

Dallas is the daughter of DeAnn Stocker of Afton Texas and the granddaughter of the late Earnest and Lois Stocker of Umbarger Texas, sister to Joseph, James and John Magera and the late Mary De Magera - Manrriquez.  Dallas is the mother of Helen and George Harward of Krum.  She is a graduate of Nacogdoches High School, NCTC and Texas Woman's University, with a degree in Business Administration-Accounting. Dallas works in Denton Texas for Peter McCleskey, CPA.

Jeff is the son of Martin and Mary Miller of Denton and grandson of the late Jack and Mary "Pearl" Allen and Louis & Bonnie Miller and brother to Jennifer Miller-Dean.  Jeff is the father of Christopher and Chase Miller of Krum.  He is a graduate of Denton High and works for Rhino Steel Building Systems Inc in Denton Texas. 

The couple greatly appreciates all the family and friends would helped create a beautiful celebration and for all those who were able to attend the joyous occasion. They would especially like to thank Jeff's sister Jennifer Miller-Dean for her wonderful custom wedding cakes, Victor Martinez for his DJ skills, Tracy Johnson for her lovely photography, Vicky Russell for her piano playing and Shane Sloan for his excellent barbeque dinner.  A special thanks goes to Jeri Kane for organizing the whole day and helping the bride and groom keep their sanity.