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Archives 10-16-2002

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Babies

 

 

 

Marriage Licenses

Derek Jason Lindsay, Livingston and Wilma Sue Brock, Rickman.

Johnathan Wayne Britton, Livingston and Candace Ashley Merkey, Allons.

Michael Joe Hordos, Rickman and Tammy Sue Dodson, Cookeville.

 

Weddings

Miss Maynard and Mr. Mick exchange wedding vows in August

Miss Christina Maynard, given in marriage by her father, became the bride of Mr. Tony Mick on August 31, 2002, at Trinity Assembly of God in Algood. Gene Schmid officiated the double ring 3 p.m. ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Bill and Connie Maynard of Baxter. She is the granddaughter of Dixie Helms and Jeanetta Maynard, both of Baxter, and the late George Helms and Gilbert Maynard.

She is majoring in Education and should receive her degree in December 14, 2002, from Tennessee Technological University. She is a full-time grad student and a residential treatment counselor at Chance Residential Center.

The groom is the son of Robert and Rita Mick of Livingston. He is the grandson of Callie Bowman and Mary Stout, both of Livingston, the late Clay Bowman and Dewey Stout.

He attended Tennessee Technological University and Vol State Community College. He serves as an advertising consultant for Wheels and Deals magazine.

During the prelude of the ceremony, various love songs were played. The mothers and grandmothers were seated to "Wind Beneath My Wings" by Bette Midler. The wedding party entered to "Friends" by Michael W. Smith.

The bride played a special taped recording to the groom and played "My Best Friend" by Tim McGraw.

Decorations for the church were made for the occasion by the groom's mother. They included a magnolia arrangement, candles, fresh ferns, and pew arrangements of lace, ribbon, and greenery.

The bride wore a white, spaghetti strapped gown by Forever Yours. An embroidered silver and white applique accented the chapel-length gown.

Her veil was waist-length, and her headpiece was a crystal and pearl vintage tiara, which she received in 1987 when she was crowned Putnam County Fairest of the Fair.

The bride's hand-tied bouquet consisted of lavender silk flowers.

Serving as maid of honor was the groom's sister, Alivia Mick, of Livingston. Bridesmaids were friends of the bride, Rhonda Choate, Christy Minnear, and Angie Trusty, all of Cookeville. Each wore a lavender knee-length shell dress and carried a hand-tied bouquet of white and lavender flowers.

Hanna Minnear, daughter of Darin and Christy Minnear, and Aspen and Alexis Savage, daughters of Mike and Deanna Savage, served as flower girls. They carried baskets of petals and hand-tied bouquets of white and lavender silk flowers.

Serving as best man was the groom's brother, Eric Mick, of Cookeville. Groomsmen were the groom's friends, Wade Williams of Lebanon, Terry Pigg of Hilham, and Wes Roberson of Cookeville.

Ushers were Eric Macamish and Bryan Yankee, both of Cookeville.

Austin Gaw, son of Scott Gaw, served as ring bearer.

The bride's mother wore a long pink dress and a white corsage.

The groom's mother wore a long green dress and a white corsage.

A reception followed the ceremony at Baymont Inn and Suites.

Christy Sloan and Erica Helms kept the guest register.

Servers were Loni Holloway, Tish Marcom, Marcy Stout, and Christy Sloan.

The couple honeymooned at Big Cedar Lodge in Branson, MO.

They are residing at their new home in Cookeville.

 

 

 

 

Engagements

 

 

 

 

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