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Westin and Rebecca Crenshaw

EMMETT -- Westin Thomas Crenshaw and Rebecca Rae Nebeker were united in marriage Saturday, June 16, 2018 at Willow Grove Events in Emmett, Idaho.

Westin is the son of Thomas and Donya Crenshaw of Cottonwood, Idaho, and the grandson of Ronald and Myrna Smith of Riggins (Pollock).

She is the daughter of James and Cindee Nebeker of Caldwell, Idaho.

The groom graduated from Prairie High School in 2014 in Cottonwood, Idaho, and Lewis and Clark State College in 2017, with a bachelor in kinesiology, with a sports medicine emphasis.

The bride was home-schooled in Caldwell. He is a personal trainer, and she is a community support worker with the autistic.

The bride’s grandfather, Norman Fox, performed the Christian ceremony. The groom’s best man was Cabe Reiten; groomsmen were Garrett Crenshaw, brother of the groom, and Duncan Christman. The ringbearer was Levi Nebeker, brother of the bride. The bride’s maid of honor was Kristina Rambow. Bridesmaids were Abby Nebeker, sister of the bride, and Kayla Shelby. Sarah Nebeker, sister of the bride was the flower girl.

The couple plan a west coast honeymoon in August 2018. They make their home in Boise.

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