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Ghanashyam Mishra and Dr. Manorama Mishra of Kiawah Island, S.C., are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Dr. Seema Lynn Mishra and Chalres Irvin Harrell. Harrell is the son of the late William Irvin Harrell and Hiawatha Meeks Harrell of Saratoga.

The private family ceremony was held in New Albany, Ohio, at midnight on Nov. 2-3 performed by Kathleen A. Shedron.

Their daughters, Natalie Lynn and Caitlin Amanda, were bridesmaids.

Lisa Diane Baldwin of Waynesburg, Pa., and Lisa Jo Clemems of New Albany were her planners and attendants.

The bride was escorted and given away by their son, Alex Kishor.

Standing up for the groom as best man was their son William Clayton.

During the ceremony the couple and guests were serenaded with a guitar solo by their son Noah Kumar from Palo Alto, Calif.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrell will maintain residences in Ohio, North Carolina and South Carolina.

The bride will adopt the name Mrs. Seema Lynn Mishra Harrell. However, she will retain her maiden name, Seema Lynn Mishra, MD professionally.
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