Stoffer-Davis Engagement


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Posted Online: Jan. 23, 2013, 1:05 pm
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Announcement is made of the engagement of Christina Stoffer and Brian Davis, both of Bettendorf. Christina is the daughter of Timothy and Elizabeth Stoffer, Davenport. Brian is the son of Jimmy and Dianne Davis, Crest Hill, Ill.
The couple will be married April 27, 2013, at Bettendorf Presbyterian Church.
Christina graduated from Bettendorf High School; the University of Northern Iowa with a bachelor's degree in education and Wiliam Woods University, Fulton, Mo., with a master's degree. She is employed as a teacher in the Moline School District.
Brian graduated from Argo High School, Summitt, Ill., and Northwestern Business College with an associate's degree. He is a full-time student and will graduate with a degree in environmental biology from St. Ambrose University.












 



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