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Dannheim and McCall United in Marriage
Wednesday, March 25, 2009 • Posted March 25, 2009

Guyanne McCall and Kody Dannheim were united in marriage on February 15, 2009, at 2:00 in the afternoon, at Willie Nelson's frontier town of Luck, Texas, in the Bells of Joy Church.

Guyanne is the daughter of Darrell and Mona McCall of Fredonia, Texas, and granddaughter of Monique Proulx of Canada. She is a noted songwriter, and is employed by KNEL radio in Brady, Texas.

Kody is the son of Doris Dannheim and the late Alvin Dannheim, Jr., and the grandson of Lois Durst, all of Mason, Texas. Kody is employed by the Texas Department of Transportation in Brady, Texas.

Guyanne was given in marriage by her parents, and escorted by her father. The bride wore a fitted denim, ankle-length dress with black and turqouise inlaid cowboy boots (a gift from her parents), and a cross heart necklace (a gift from the groom).

Her white veil was borrowed from her sister-in-law, Gina Drake. And, she wore a special watch belonging to her late grandmother, Lola McCall.

The groom and his attendants were all in western attire. Serving the groom as best man was his brother-in-law, David Drake. Ring bearers were his nephew, Colten Drake, and Slade Townsend.

Matron of honor to the bride was Karen Townsend, followed by junior bridesmaids, niece of the groom, Tayler Drake, and Sloan Townsend. "Polly," a special canine attendant, wore a denim ruffled dress.

The service was performed by Roger Rowinsky, a close friend of the bride's family. A Texas barbecue dinner was catered by Dusty Moore of Devine, Texas. Then, an old-fashioned street dance was held in the town of Luck. Entertainment was provided by the bride's family, Darrell, Mona and Cody McCall and Amber Digby, with a special guest performance by family friend, Tony Booth.

The bride's uncle, Dicky Overby, and cousin, Randy Lindley, completed the talented band.

The couple's first dance as man and wife was to the song, "Weak in the Knees," written by the bride, and sung by her cousin, Amber Digby.

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