Stacy L. Ramsey and Michael L. Park, both of Garden City, were married Feb. 23, 2013, at Garden City Church of the Nazarene. Pastor Tim Fields officiated the 4 p.m., double-ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Dustin Ramsey of Holcomb.

Parents of the bride are Judy and the late Jerry Ramsey of Garden City. Her grandparents are the late Ralph Sr. and Velma Belknap of Garden City; and the late Adam and Nellie Ramsey of Tribune.

The groom is the son of Linda and the late Robert "Bobby" Park of Garden City. His grandparents are Ray and Francis Knaus of Garden City; and Ruby and the late Robert "Bob" Arnold of Sublette.

Maids of honor were Madison Farr of Garden City; and Haily Park of Garden City, the daughter of the bride and groom.

Best men were Trevor Park and Jayce Farr of Garden City, the sons of the bride and groom.

Candlelighters were Judy Ramsey and Linda Park.

Isabella Armstrong of Garden City was the junior bride. Isaiah Armstrong of Garden City was the junior groom.

Serving as ushers were Joshua Ramsey, Max Ramsey and Jacob Ramsey, all of Holcomb. Program attendant was Dalton Park of Garden City.

Terry Alexander of Garden City was the pianist. Soloists were Madison Farr and Phil Marquet, both of Garden City. Music selections included "God Gave Me You" by Blake Shelton; "If I Didn't Have You" by Thompson Square; and "Soulmate" by Josh Turner.

The ceremony was followed by a reception, given by the bride and groom, at the Knights of Columbus in Garden City. Assistants were Lisa Ratzlaff, Isaac Armstrong and Hannah Armstrong, all of Garden City; and Dustin Ramsey, Tamara Ramsey, MacKenzie Davis and Shauni Stroble, all of Holcomb.

The bride graduated from Garden City High School and Garden City Community College. She is the office manager at Tex-Ok-Kan Oil Field Services.

The groom graduated from Garden City High School and attended Garden City Community College. He is a unit operator at Sunflower Electric and co-owner of Darkside Archery.

After a wedding trip to Oahu, Hawaii, the newlyweds are at home in Garden City.