Jessyln Low and Levi Larsen

Jessyln Low and Levi Larsen

LOGAN, Utah —The parents of Levi M. Larsen announce the engagement of their son to Jesslyn Low.

The prospective groom is the son of Roger and Marilee Larsen, former residents of Green River. He is a 2013 graduate of Green River High School, where he was active in debate, soccer, and served as student body president. He graduated from Western Wyoming Community College in 2017, where he also served as student body president.

He will graduate from Utah State University in December with a triple bachelor degree in finance, economics and international business. While at the USU he studied in the Huntsman Scholar’s program on scholarship for two years. also served as president of the Business Council at Utah State. At USU he and Ryan Herd and Ethan Morin, both Green River High School graduates, began the weekly podcast “FLOAT.” He served a Spanish-speaking Latter-days Saints mission in San Diego, California.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Brent and Tami Lowe of South Jordan, Utah. She graduated from Bingham High School in South Jordan. She was part of the USU Dance Company at Utah State and recently organized an Art History Club there. She served an LDS mission in Huston, Texas. She is completing a bachelors in art history with a minor in women’s studies.

Next fall, the couple hopes to purse graduate degrees at the University of Glasgow, in Glasgow, Scotland.

Their wedding is planned for Dec. 14, 2019, in Logan, Utah in the LDS temple. A reception will follow from 7-9 p.m. that evening at Le Jardin on 1910 Dimple Road in Sandy, Utah.

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