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Engagements

Wilken-Mills

Marie Ann Mills and Clay Wilken, both of Sprague, Wash., plan to marry April 18 at the Sprague Community Church.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Darin and Bernadette Mills, Davenport, Wash. The groom-to-be is the son of Craig and Joy Wilken, Sprague.

Gibbs-Gfeller

Alicia Gfeller and Stephen Gibbs, both of Post Falls, plan to marry June 6.

Greg and Ruth Gfeller, Post Falls, are parents of the bride-to-be. The groom-to-be is the son of Chris and Linda Gibbs, Hayden.

Gfeller, a graduate of the University of Idaho, is an analyst at Honeywell Electronic Materials. Also a graduate of UI, Gibbs is employed in operations/marketing at Digital Color Print Center in Coeur d’Alene.

Ingram-Cole

Jaime Cole and Robert Ingram, both of Spokane Valley, plan to marry July 10.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Michael and Deborah Cole, Chattaroy. David and Verla Ingram, and Yvonne and Merle Doney, all of Spokane Valley, are the parents of the groom-to-be.

Cole works as a mental health technician at Eastern State Hospital in Medical Lake. Ingram is employed as a drafter at QRS in Spokane Valley.

King-Plichta

Justyna Plichta, of Mercer Island, Wash., and Bryan King, of Seattle, plan to marry July 11.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Jozef and Halina Plichta, Mercer Island. James and Mary Anne King, Spokane, are the parents of the groom-to-be.

A graduate of the University of Washington, Plichta is a teacher at Bellevue (Wash.) High School. King is a graduate of Georgetown University and is an attorney at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Seattle.

Lyons-Knutson

Jessie Knutson and Shawn Lyons, both of Spokane, plan to marry July 11.

Rod and Becky Knutson, Stevensville, Mont., are parents of the bride-to-be. The groom-to-be is the son of David and Linda Lyons, Spokane.

Knutson graduated from Montana State University and works at Dan the Piano Man Inc. A graduate of North Idaho College, Lyons works at Verizon Wireless.

Harkins-Gregory

Meaghan Gregory and Paul Harkins, both of Las Cruces, N.M., plan to marry July 11 in New York City.

Clark and Donna Gregory, Cohoes, N.Y., are parents of the bride-to-be. The groom-to-be is the son of Tim and Patty Harkins, Spokane.

Gregory, a graduate of Columbia University, is an assistant track and cross country coach at New Mexico State University. A graduate of the University of Washington, Harkins also is an assistant track and cross country coach at NMSU.

Tollefsen-Hengtgen

Lane Hengtgen and Rory Tollefsen, both of Seattle, plan to marry July 25.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Michael Hengtgen, Seattle, and Evan and Mark Sorensen, Spokane. Kim and Gig Tollefsen, Bozeman, are the parents of the groom-to-be.

A graduate of Eastern Washington University, Hengtgen works as a designer at WongDoody. Tollefsen, who graduated from the Art Institute of Seattle, is a self-employed designer.

Chapman-Sanderson

Maaren Sanderson and Brandon Chapman, both of Seattle, plan to marry Sept. 19.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Henry and Beverly Sanderson, Spokane. Douglas and Anne Chapman, Woodinville, Wash., are the parents of the groom-to-be.

A graduate of Western Washington University, Sanderson is a project manager at Sound Transit in Seattle. Chapman is a graduate of the University of Washington and is a physicist and engineer at Boeing in Everett.

Janson-Cornwell

Shibon Cornwell and Tigger Janson, both of Spokane, plan to marry May 26, 2010, in Walla Walla.

Carl and Linda Cornwell, Spokane, are parents of the bride-to-be. The groom-to-be is the son of Gabriel Garcia and Roberta Davison.

Cornwell works as a sales market specialist. Janson is a student at ITT Technical Institute.

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