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Archives 02-21-2001


Marriage Licenses



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Marriage Licenses

Jonathan Dean Stevens, Livingston, and Jamie Reshelle Rush, Cookeville.

Ronnie Eugene Roach, Celina, and Rachel Bonnie Cope, Byrdstown.

John Dale Butler Jr. and Eudene Stone Wilson, both of Celina.

Michael J. Watkins and Doris Evelyn Schubert, both of Anderson, IN.

Steven Douglas Phillips and Melanie Dawn West Brown, both of Crossville.

James Glenn Poore, Byrdstown, and Kathryn Beard Winge.

Robert Joseph Cox, Rickman, and Vickie Lynn Phillips, Livingston.




Miss Taylor, Mr. Copeland Wed Feb. 16
Earl Glen Copeland and Gail Laree Taylor were wed at his home in Jefferson City, MO, Friday, Feb. 16.

The bride is the daughter of George and Jean Wolf of Grand Junction, CO. She is the office manager of Regional West Fire Protection District.

The groom, a native of Livingston, is the son of Ann Warden and the brother of Kelvin Copeland, both of Livingston.

He is a journeyman and HVAC specialist with Sheet Metal Workers Local 36 of St. Louis, MO.

The couple plan to make their home in Jefferson City.


Miss Young And Mr. Hall United In Matrimony Oct. 28

Miss Tina Mae Young, given in marriage by her father, became the bride of Brian Keith Hall of Livingston Saturday, Oct. 28, 2000, at Allons Bethel Assembly of God. Bro. Harold Reeder officiated the evening candlelit ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Bobby Young of Sparta and Shelia Walker of Livingston. She is the granddaughter of Thomas and Headith Vaughn, the late Della Mae Vaughn, and George and Alma Young.

The groom is the son of Wayne and Donna Hall of Rickman. He is the grandson of the late Marshall and Cora Hall and Walter and Violet Strickler.

The church was decorated with candelabras, draped in white tulle, and bouquets of white roses. The pews were decorated in white tulle bows and roses.

Musical selections included "Once in a Lifetime", "Shower Me With Your Love", "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring", "Wind Beneath My Wings", "Because You Loved Me", "I Turn To You", "We've Only Just Begun", Butterfly Kisses", "The Wedding March", and "Recessional". Solos were performed by Penny Hill, friend of the bride.

The bride's dress was a formal design fashioned of white duchess satin with a modified sweetheart neckline and renaissance sleeves. The princess line bodice was richly embellished with hand-beaded Madeira lace and the basque waistline was accented with hand-rolled satin roses at the back waist. The elaborate cathedral train was adorned with cascades of Madeira embroidery. The veil was a bandeau of satin, crystals, bugle beads, and pearls attached to two layers of fingertip-length illusion tulle.

She carried a cascade bouquet of all white roses nestled in greenery and white baby's breath. Her jewelry consisted of a pearl necklace with matching earrings, and a diamond tennis bracelet, which was a gift from the bride's parents.

Serving as matron of honor was Beth Shell, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Michelle Summers and Christy Sells, friends of the bride, and Kellie Young, sister-in-law of the bride. Each wore matching satin and chiffon formal-length dresses in black with matching wraps, while carrying long-stemmed white roses. Hailey Young, daughter of Jason and Kellie Young, and niece of the bride, served as flower girl.

Serving as best man was Kelly Key. Groomsmen included Jason Young, brother of the bride, Brad Summers, and Steve Smith. Dillan Matthews, son of Todd and Lori Matthews, and cousin of the bride, served as ring bearer.

The bride's mother wore a navy, street-length dress with matching jacket and a white rose corsage.

The groom's mother wore a navy floral-designed dress and a white rose corsage.

Keeping the guest register was Diane Dishman.

The reception was held in the church fellowship hall following the ceremony. The bride's table was decorated in white and black satin with several Precious Moments figurines and dolls depicting the engagement and wedding, white candles, and pearls. Behind the bride's table was a white trellace decorated with clear lights, tulle, and roses.

The groom's cake was a chocolate round cake decorated with a Precious Moments bride and groom in a car and fresh ivy.

The guest tables were decorated with white floating rose candles and pictures of the bride and groom, from childhood to engagement.

Servers for the reception were Judy Phillips, Janet South, Janice Evans, and Velera West-Pace, all friends of the couple. Bubbles and wedding rice were distributed for the couple's departure.

The couple spent their honeymoon on a Caribbean Cruise. They now reside in Livingston.



Miss Goodpasture And Mr. Davis To Exchange Vows March 24

Frank and Judy Goodpasture of Livingston announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amy Lynn, to Charles Lansden Davis of Murfreesboro, son of Jack and Diane Davis of Livingston.

The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Owen and Leafie Goodpasture and Emma Jean Ray, all of Livingston, and B.D. and Terry Ray of Cookeville.

The future groom is the grandson of Mary Blanche Davis of Livingston, Gerald Norrod of Monroe, and the late Clarence Davis and Catherine Norrod.

She is a 1996 graduate of Livingston Academy and a 2000 graduate of Tennessee Technological University, where she received a bachelor of science degree in English-journalism. She is employed at the Herald-Citizen in Cookeville.

He is a 1995 graduate of Livingston Academy and is a student at Middle Tennessee State University majoring in the recording industry.

The wedding is planned for 5 p.m. Saturday, March 24, 2001, at Memorial Baptist Church in Livingston. Family and friends are invited to attend.


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