NORMAN — Pamela Moser of Norman and Jack Randorff of Ransom Canyon, Texas, exchanged wedding vows May 18 at McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church. Senior Pastor Linda Harker officiated.
The bride received a bachelor of science degree from Lamar State College of Technology and a master of science degree from the University of Oklahoma. She is a substitute for Norman Public Schools and is retired from 26 years of involvement with Girl Scouts and Sooner Council.
The groom received a bachelor of science degree from Lamar State College of Technology and a masters of science and Ph.D. from Texas Tech University. He works with Randorff and Associates Inc.
Moser and Randorff dated for a year and a half in college but went their separate ways and hadn’t see each other for 46 years before they decided to get married.
The bride’s attendants were her daughter Kristin Moser Fisher of Boerne, Texas, and her son Nathan Moser of Ft. Worth, Texas.
James Randorff of Norfolk, Va., son of the groom, served as best man.
Serving as flower girl was the bride’s granddaughter, Ellen Fisher of Boerne, Texas.
Pianist was Mary Sallee, and Les and Sarah Flanagan sang Sallee’s original composition of the “Lord’s Prayer.”
Spouses of the bride and groom’s children — Lois Randorff, Karen Moser and Keith Fisher — read scripture and poetry at the ceremony.
Guest book and program attendants were Amanda Hall, Sarah Marshment and Becky and Rachel Seewald.
A reception was held at Legends Two.
The newlyweds, who reside in Norman, plan to take a honeymoon trip to Colorado in August.