Kelsey Nicole Vasquez and Cameron Coursey Sorensen were being married Feb. 22 at Sandy Creek Ranch, which is owned by the groom’s dad and mom, in New Ulm, Texas. Paul C. Sorensen, the groom’s father, who became a Universal Existence minister for the event, officiated.
The bride, 28, is a business banker with J.P. Morgan in Houston. She graduated from Trinity College in San Antonio, from which she also received a master’s diploma in wellness care administration. She is a daughter of Christann M. Vasquez and Scott S. Vasquez of Austin, Texas. The bride’s father is a law firm in non-public apply in Austin. Her mom, who also operates in Austin, is chief working officer at Ascension Texas, a health and fitness care technique headquartered in St. Louis.
The groom, 29, is effective for Tube Offer, a Houston-dependent, family owned, mechanical steel tube and bar distributor that serves the oil and fuel industry. He graduated from the College of Tulsa. He is a son of Stacia Sorenson and Mr. Sorensen of Houston. The groom’s father is the founder of Tube Supply. His mom is a remain-at-residence guardian.
The few achieved in 2007 as college students at Episcopal High School in Houston.