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Carey Lynn Causway of Wilson and Matthew Jon Lundberg of Strandburg, S.D., were married Nov. 11 in a 5 p.m. ceremony in St. Mary’s Chapel in Charlotte. Officiating was Pastor Mike Moses.

The bride is the daughter of Glenn and Cathy Causway of Wilson. She is the granddaughter of Bruce Morris of Wilson and Glenn Causway of Tarboro. A graduate of Bradenton Academy, the bride received a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from Barton College and is an executive sales specialist with TEVA Respiratory.

The groom is the son of Fred and Judy Lundberg of Strandburg, S.D. He graduated from Grant-Deuel High School and South Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. He is sales manager for Daktronics.

The bride was escorted by her father.

Christina Shemenski, sister of the bride, was matron of honor.

Lauran Harmon and Jennifer Queen were bridesmaids.

Best man was Chris Keimig.

Groomsmen were Scott Roggenbuck and Chad Johnson.

A reception at The Big Chill in Charlotte followed the ceremony. Hosts were the bride’s parents.

On the eve of the wedding, the grooms’ parents entertained at a rehearsal dinner at Chima Brazilian Steakhouse in Charlotte.

They have returned from a wedding trip to Jamaica, Sandals Whitehouse, and are living in Huntersville.
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