Wedding

Mackenzie Sue Myles and Nathan Todd Shireman

Nathan Todd Shireman and Mackenzie Sue Myles

Mackenzie Sue Myles and Nathan Todd Shireman, of Warsaw, Indiana, were married May 28, 2016, on Santa Rosa Beach on the Gulf Coast of Florida.

The bride is the daughter of Michael and Peggy Myles, Terre Haute, Indiana.

She is a graduate of Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing. She was a member of Phi Mu Sorority. She is currently a student in Ball State University’s Nurse Practitioner program and is scheduled to graduate in July 2017. She is a critical care nurse at IU Health Hospital, Goshen, Indiana. She was given in marriage by her father, Michael Myles.

The groom is the son of Todd and Rita Shireman, Wanatah, Indiana.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. He was a member of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. He earned a Master’s degree in Ruminant Nutrition and Forages from Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia. There, he conducted research on fescue and its effects on cattle. Nathan is the Corporate Feed Ingredients Purchasing Manager for Maple Leaf Farms Inc., Milford, Indiana. He is a partner in his family’s beef cattle operation.

Maid of Honor was Erica Seifert, Osceola, Indiana.

The remaining bridesmaids were: Megan Shireman, La Porte, sister-in-law of the bride; Amanda Holdman, Bloomington, Indiana, friend of the bride; Taylor Shaw, Hales Corner, Wisconsin; Chelsea Reed, Lafayette; Jennifer Dale, Kokomo; Sarah Lubben, Kokomo; all sorority sisters of the bride.

Best man was Dr. Clint Shireman, La Porte.

The remaining groomsmen were: Matt Myles, Los Angeles, California, brother of the bride; Dr. Adam Geiger, Mechanicsburg, Ohio; Brad Ellis, Blackstone, Virginia; Nolan Grace, Austin, Texas; Austin Madden, Columbus, Indiana; all friends of the groom Joshua Baird, Lafayette, Indiana, fraternity brother of the groom.

An outdoor beach reception was held on Santa Rosa Beach.

The couple make their home in Warsaw, Indiana.

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