here to see the newborns at Livingston Regionl Hospital
Stephen D. and Frances T. Bryant of Cookeville proudly announce
the birth of their son, Tristian Christopher Nicholas Bryant,
who was born August 13, 2000. He weighed 8 lbs. 1.2 oz. and was
20 1/2 inches long. Proud grandparents are Stanton and Juanita Beaty,
Lois D. Bryant and Thomas Fowler.
Carlene Timmons and Tim Seber of Livingston proudly
announce the birth of their daughter, Kayla Arianna Seber,
who was born August 21, 2000. She weighed 7 lbs. 12.7 oz. and was
19 inches long. Proud grandparents are the late Glenda Wilson ad
Hiriam Little and Bruce and Judy Seber. Also welcoming the new arrival
home was big brother Justin Timmons.
Andy and Tina Naff of Gainesboro proudly announce
the birth of their son, Jaden Andrew Naff, who was born July
7, 2000. He weighed 9 lbs. 6 oz. and was 22 inches long. Proud grandparents
are Tony and Bonnie Naff, Juanita Smith and Billy Ray Dickerson.
Terry and Lisa Webb of Livingston proudly announce the birth
of their son, Charles Tucker Webb, who was born August 21,
2000, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He weighed 7 lbs. 14
oz. and was 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are Carl and Shirley
Webb of Livingston and Jim Mills of Knoxville and the late Christine
Mills. Also welcoming home the new arrival was big brother Nathaniel
Daniel Wayne Phillips, Livingston, and Malana Janine Grogan, Cookeville.
Scott W. Covington and Jacueline M. Billings, both of Allons.
Andre Edward Whitaker and Judy Gail Tinch, both of Livingston.
Miss Dyer And Mr. Tipton Exchange August 25
Amy Elizabeth Dyer became the bride of Robert Wayne Tipton Friday,
August 25, 2000, in St. Lucia, West Indies.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Dyer and the granddaughter
of Ova Dyer of Cookeville and the late Robert D. and Ineta Guthrie
Groce and Raymond Dyer.
The groom is the son of Robert L. Tipton and Sandra L. Tipton,
both of Knoxville. She is a 1989 graduate of Seymour High School
and a 1995 graduate of University of Tennessee-Chattanooga where
she received a bachelors of science degree in physical therapy.
She is employed as a physical therapist at Blount Memorial Outpatient
Rehab in Maryville.
He is a 1989 graduate of Bearden High School and a 1994 graduate
of University of Tennessee College of Engineering. He is employed
as a team coordinator at Mahle, Inc. in Morristown.
The couple resides in Knoxville.
Miss Key And Mr. Carroll United In Marriage
Sherry Lee Key of Cookeville became the bride of Jerry Lee Carroll
of Cookeville Sunday, August 6, 2000, during a 5 p.m. ceremony officiated
by Minister Kahu Silva in Honolulu, HA.
The bride is the daughter of Bobbie Ensley of Cookeville and the
late Ernest Ray Key. She is employed with the Women's Center of
Cookeville Regional Medical Center.
The groom is the son of Genevia Carroll of LaFollette and the late
Johnny Carroll. He is employed as Director of Plant Facilities at
Cookeville Regional Medical Center. A traditional Hawaiian wedding
ceremony, also performed in English, began with the blowing of the
conch shell announcing the wedding procession. The Hawaiian Wedding
Song was performed by Don Ho.
The bride wore a fitted full-length white satin Hawaiian-created
wedding dress fashioned with a V-neck, puffed-scalloped-elbow-length
sleeves, and a ruffled flowing train. A ิtin-cup' white pearl necklace
with matching earrings, a blue pearl bracelet, and a symbolic Hawaiian
ring completed her jewelry. She wore a sweetheart lei of purple
Pekaki orchids and maile leaves with matching purple Pekaki orchids,
baby's breath, and maile leaves in her hair.
The groom wore the traditional Hawaiian maile lei with purple Pekaki
orchids which were utilized during the ceremony according to Hawaiian
Serving as matron of honor was Betty M. Langford of Cookeville.
Carol Sibbs of Carthage served as bridesmaid.
The flower girl was Christy Quirante, daughter of Ed and Teresa
Quirante of Nashville. She wore a knee-length Hawaiian-design dress
with spaghetti straps and a purple Pekaki lei. She also carried
a basket of Pekaki orchid petals.
Serving as best man was Tim Langford, son of Betty M. Langford,
matron of honor, of Cookeville. Groomsman was Robert "Bob"
Crabtree of Gallatin.
The reception, immediately following the ceremony, was a luau complete
with Hawaiian entertainment and traditional Hawaiian foods, and
was attended and enjoyed by 1,000 guests.
The bride's table was decorated with Ti leaves and purple Pekaki
orchids and white Plumeria. The columned, four-tiered, all white
cake was decorated with roses and Plumeria flowers setting on a
bed of Ti leaves surrounded by purple Pekaki orchids.
After a two-week honeymoon touring the Hawaiian islands, the bride
and groom are residing in Cookeville.
Ms. Barnard and Mr. Bowman To Exchange October
Ms. Janice Murdock announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage
of her daughter, Amy Lavone Barnard, to Todd Jason Bowman, son of
Steve and Brenda Bowman.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Bob and Audry Murdock and
the late Jane Barnard.
The groom is the grandson of Emogene Pryor and the late Doak Fletcher
and Bonnie Jr. and Viola Bowman.
She is a graduate of Livingston Academy and is enrolled in the
upper division Nursing Program at Tennessee Technological University.
She is employed at Averitt Express in Cookeville.
He is a graduate of Livingston Academy and is majoring in Sociology-Criminal
Justice at Tennessee Technological University.
The 5 p.m. wedding will be held at Chapel at the Park in Gatlinburg
Saturday, October 14, 2000.
A reception will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, October 21, 2000
at the Standing Stone State Park Tea Room. No formal invitations
will be sent. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Miss Garrick and Mr. Johnson To Marry In October
Howard and Glenna Garrick of Florrisant, MO, announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jamie Lee, to Scott
Johnson, son of Wilmoth and Reba Johnson of Livingston.
The couple will exchange vows Saturday, October, 21, 2000, in St.
After honeymooning in Las Vegas, NV, the couple will make their
home in Indianapolis, IN.
Miss Gunnels And Mr. Whittenburg To Exchange
October 6 Vows
Jeff and Vonna Gunnels of Pleasant Shade proudly announce the
engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Cassondra
Leigh, to Justin Keith Whittenburg, son of Keith Whittenburg and
Laura Jones, both of Sparta.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Anna Short of Pleasant
Shade, Rodney and Peggy Gunnels of Livingston, Geraldine Garrett
of Livingston, and the late Kenneth Short and Howard Garrett.
The groom is the grandson of Hollis and Mary Ruth Miller and Essell
and Sara Whittenburg.
She is a 1999 graduate of Livingston Academy and is employed with
Hutchinson in Livingston.
He is a senior at White County High School and is employed with
Russell Stover's in Cookeville.
The ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, October 6, 2000, at
Fairview Freewill Baptist Church in Livingston.
A reception will follow the ceremony at the Chamber of Commerce.
All family and friends are invited to attend.
Overton County News
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