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Oklahoma City man stops traffic with a wedding proposal

Former Oklahoma City resident Parker Douglass had a unique proposal planned for his girlfriend.
by Helen Ford Wallace Published: May 12, 2013
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/articleid/3809130/1/pictures/2051789">Photo - Parker Douglass, formerly of Oklahoma City, right, surprised his girlfriend Amy of Mueller with a wedding proposal during a jog in Austin, Texas. PHOTO BY HEIDI RAE HUSERMAN PROVIDED. <strong></strong>
Parker Douglass, formerly of Oklahoma City, right, surprised his girlfriend Amy of Mueller with a wedding proposal during a jog in Austin, Texas. PHOTO BY HEIDI RAE HUSERMAN PROVIDED.

The engagement ring involved came from Valerie Naifeh's Jewelry in Oklahoma City and the groom-to-be's mother Susan Parker brought it with her when she and Drew Neville drove down for dinner. She handed it to Parker when he drove by a street corner on his way to run a fake errand. He told Amy he had to pick up some things.

Parents Susan Parker, Oklahoma City; Wanda and Mark Krolczyk, Kerrville, Texas., LaDonna and Robert Douglass, and Drew Neville, came to Austin to celebrate and were waiting at Eddie V's for dinner. Amy is also the daughter of the late Edward Mueller.

The wedding is set for November in Austin.

Amy models for the Kim Dawson Agency and has an engineering degree from Texas A&M. Parker is currently the president of a workout apparel brand called HOP located in Dallas, and went to Westminster College in Fulton, Mo.

by Helen Ford Wallace
Society Editor
Helen Ford Wallace is a columnist covering society-related events/news for The Oklahoman. She puts local parties online with daily updates. She creates, maintains and runs a Parties blog which includes web casts. She is an online web editor for...
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