Mr. and Mrs. James and Brenda Nash of Yorktown are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Emilee Anne Nash to Christopher Clark Asher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle and Cara Asher of Austin. Emilee is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert and Verda Mae Styra of Yorktown and the late Mr. and Mrs. R.L "Blackie" and Lydia Nash. Christopher is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Evalyne Frost of Austin, Dr. and Mrs. W. Michael and Janet Asher of Elberta, Alabama and the late Ms. Deborah Asher. The bride-to-be, a 2008 graduate of Yorktown High School, graduated from Texas State University in 2013 with her Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing. She presently is employed at SHI International in Houston, working as an Inside Sales Account Manager. The groom-to-be, a 2009 graduate of Cedar Park High School, is a 2013 graduate from The University of Texas at Austin with his Bachelors of Science in Communication Studies. He presently holds the position as a Field Account Executive with SHI International in Houston. The couple will exchange vows in a double-ring ceremony on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 2:00 in the afternoon at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Yorktown.
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