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MacKenzie Foss – Braden Niswonger

MacKenzie Foss - Braden Niswonger

MacKenzie Foss and Braden Niswonger were married on July 27, 2019, at Milestones Venue in Warrensburg.

MacKenzie is the daughter of Jennifer Lindquist of Peculiar. Braden is the son of Angel and Jaime Niswonger of Lee’s Summit. Both Angel and Jaime are Jackson High School Alumni.

The couple were high school sweethearts at Raymore Peculiar HS.

MacKenzie graduated from UCM College of Nursing in 2019 and currently works in the Cardiovascular Recovery Unit at St. Luke’s East Hospital.

Braden graduated from SBU in 2019 with a computer science degree and is currently employed as a developer at Keyhole Software in Kansas City.

The maid of honor was Madi Bayne, close friend of the bride. Bridesmaids included Rachel Niswonger, sister of the groom; Jenna Niswonger, sister-in-law of the groom; Angie Meyers, Amanda Fischer, Taylor Mueller and Kristin Farlin all close friends of the bride.

The best man was Colten Niswonger, brother of the groom. Groomsman included Garrett Gibson, Alec Van Wormer, Karson Schroeder, Gavin Bates, Jeff Dillon and Tim Fisk, all close friends of the groom.

Ushers were Grayson and Kellen Niswonger, brothers of the groom. Kellen also played piano during the ceremony and Grayson read scripture.

After a honeymoon trip to Saint Lucia, Mr. and Mrs. Braden Niswonger reside in Lee’s Summit.

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