Levi A. Lystrom and Emily Jean Bailey

Emily Jean Bailey and
Levi Aaron Lystrom

Wally and Teri Bailey of Anchor Point announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Jean Bailey, to Levi Aaron Lystrom of Fargo, N.D. The couple will marry Aug. 1, 2015, in Fargo.

Emily is a 2009 graduate of Nikolaevsk School and is in her senior year at Southwestern Assembly of God University, Waxahachie, Texas, and will receive her bachelor’s degree in psychology in May. 

Levi is the son of Wayne and Donna Lystrom of Farmington, Minn. Levi graduates this year from North Dakota State University, Fargo, with a bachelor’s degree in computational chemistry. The couple will live in Fargo while Levi continues his studies for a doctorate degree in chemistry. The couple plans to eventually make Alaska their home. Levi and Emily met in the summer of 2014 doing volunteer work at Little Beaver Camp, Wasilla. 

 

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