Delaune - Ford Engagement
|Photo courtesy of the Delaune Family|
Melanie Masrie Delaune and Collin Joseph Ford will marry on April 28.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Paul and Mary Delaune of Des Allemands. She is the grand-daughter of Joseph and Anna LaPorte and Camelia Delaune and of the late Edwin Delaune Sr., all of Marrero.
Melanie is a Hahnville High School graduate, a LSU marketing graduate and in a management program for Cintas Corp.
Collin is the son of Charles and Sharon Ford of Baton Rouge. He is the grandson of June Mince of Baton Rouge and the late Henry Mince and of the late Henry and Bereneice Ford.
Collin is a graduate of Catholic High School, a LSU mass communication graduate and assistant regional coordinator with the Louisiana Office of Tourism.
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