Abbigail Aleis Leine and Aaron Michael Malmgren were married Oct. 6, 2012, at the Detroit Lakes Pavilion, with officiant Cindy Kloos. A dinner reception and dance followed the ceremony at the Pavilion.Wed.Malmgren

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Leine — Malmgren

Published 3:49am Monday, May 20, 2013 Updated 5:53am Monday, May 20, 2013

Parents of the couple are Keith Leine (Michelle Emery) of Underwood, Shannon Kugler (late Martin Godfrey) of Fergus Falls and Dean and Lisa Malmgren of Alexandria. Grandparents are Kenrid and Phyllis Leine of Fergus Falls, Eldor Kugler of Erhard and Leon and Monica Malmgren, Illa Downs all of St. James.

Maid of honor was Stephanie Nelson, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Stephanie Klatte, sister of groom, Jenna Nelson and Amber Martinson friends of the bride and groom.

Bestman was Matthew Malmgren, brother of groom. Groomsmen were Brian Alvstad, Zach Price, friends of the bride and groom, and Orrie Leine, Seth Leine, both brothers of the bride.

Flower girls were Jazlynn Martinson, god-daughter of groom and Hadley Leine, niece of bride.

Aaron is a Service Supervisor for Halliburton in Burns Flat, Okla. Abbigail is Owner/Photographer for Studio Aleis in Mangum, Okla.

The couple plan for a European honeymoon and will reside in Mangum, Okla.

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