Wedding - Krystal Rose Seek & Kyle Evan Dewald

Banning residents Krystal Rose Seek and Kyle Evan Dewald were married Dec. 5, 2015 in Oak Glen by Pastor Tate Crenshaw of LifePoint Church.

The bride was given away by Christine Denise Seek.

Krystal is currently majoring in biology and works as an assistant manager for the Association of Christian Alcohol and Drug Counselors. Her parents are Christine Seek and Kirk Douglas.

Kyle works in cyber operations for the Air Force. His parents are Alex and Kelly Smith.

After the wedding, the couple will move to Arizona where the groom will be serving in the Air Force. The couple is registered at Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl's and Target.

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