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Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Oyler of Sundown, Texas, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Robbie, to Ryan James Wolff, the son of Floyd Wolff of Pawnee and the late Carol Wolff.

Rachel’s grandparents are Dave and Patsy Oyler of Cooper, Lois Wilson of Fort Worth, and the late Connie and Robbie Wilson, formerly of Fort Worth.

Rachel is a 2005 graduate of Sundown High School and a 2009 summa cum laude graduate of Texas A&M University in College Station, majoring in electrical engineering. She is currently employed as an electrical engineer with L-3 Communications in Greenville.

Ryan’s grandparents are Billie Jo Wolff of Stockdale and the late Bennie Wolff, and Gene and Jody Gregory of Floresville.

Ryan is a 2005 graduate of Three Rivers High School and a 2009 graduate of Texas A&M University in College Station, majoring in business information systems. He is currently employed as a systems analyst with Texas Instruments in Plano.

An outdoor wedding at Double Creek Crossing near College Station is planned for April 9, 2011.
 

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