Kirchenschlager-Roberts

Posted 2/17/18

The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Mallori Shae Kirchenschlager of Nashville and Adam Blaine Roberts of Nashville is announced.

The future bride is the daughter of Kindra Kirchenschlager …

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Kirchenschlager-Roberts

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The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Mallori Shae Kirchenschlager of Nashville and Adam Blaine Roberts of Nashville is announced.

The future bride is the daughter of Kindra Kirchenschlager of Yuma, Colo., and the late Daniel Kirchenschlager. She is the granddaughter of Dale and Betty Kirchenschlager of Yuma, Fred Bushner of Yuma and the late Kay Bushner.

She is the sister of Amber Kirchenschlager of San Diego.

The prospective bridegroom is the son of Glenn and Norma Roberts of Cleveland. He is the grandson of the late Norman and Willa Matthews and the late Ernie and Stella Roberts. He is the brother of Matthew Roberts of Nashville.

The bride-to-be is a 2003 graduate of Yuma High School. She received her bachelor of business administration in music business and bachelor of business administration in accounting from Belmont University in Nashville.

She is an account manager of Flood, Bumstead, McCready & McCarthy.

Mr. Roberts is a 2001 graduate of Cleveland High School. He graduated from Nashville Auto Diesel College in 2002. He graduated in 2010 from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a bachelor of science and bachelor of business in industrial and operations and management.

He is employed with Nissan North America.

The couple plans to exchange marriage vows in May 2018.

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