Hoeme and Sebelius
Mike and Kaye Lynne Hoeme of Topeka, Kansas are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Brooke Hoeme, to John McCall Sebelius of Lawrence, Kansas.
Allie is a graduate of the University of Kansas, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies. She is currently the marketing specialist for The World Company in Lawrence, Kansas.
Hoeme’s mother is the owner and administrator of Brighton Place North, nursing facility for mental health in Topeka, Kansas, and her father works for the state of Kansas.
John is the son of former Kansas Governor and current U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, and K. Gary Sebelius, a federal Magistrate Judge for the District of Kansas.
Sebelius is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Illustration and a graduate of the University of Kansas with a Masters in Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting. John is owner of Gillius, Inc. in Lawrence, Kansas and continues to exhibit his documentary films and paintings across the U.S.
A May 2014 wedding in Lawrence, Kansas is planned.
Pope and Trowbridge
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Pope and Ms. Daneka Vann, of Lawrence, Kansas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Audrey Michelle Pope, to Justin Tyler Trowbridge, of Baldwin City, Kansas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lary Trowbridge and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Allen.
The future bride received a bachelor of applied science degree in Human Services from Washburn University where she is currently pursuing a masters degree in clinical social work. She is employed at the Wyandot
Mental Health Center in Kansas City, Kansas and coaches girls’ basketball and boys and girls track and field at Lawrence High School.
Her fiancé is an Iraq war veteran, employed as a Corrections Officer in Douglas County. Also employed as a KSHAA basketball official, Justin is pursuing a career in law enforcement.
The couple met in 2007 at a basketball game and live in Lawrence, Kansas. An August 2014 wedding is planned at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lawrence, Kansas.