Travis and Jackie Whiteman Young, of Laverne, proudly announce
the birth of their son, Ty Michael, who was born at 9:44 p.m. August
25, 2003, at Baptist Hospital in Nashville. He weighed 7 lbs. 12.5
oz. and measured 19.5 inches in length.
His grandparents are John and Pam Surridge of Rickman and Chuck
and Betty Young of Maryville. He is the great grandson of Jack and
Sue Gibbons of Rickman and Mrs. Charles T. Young of Lebanon. He
is the great-great grandson of Sarah Gibbons of Livingston.
Brandon Lee Speck, Livingston, and Aleshia Nicole
Richard Earl Graybeal and Deborah Lou Graybeal, both
Miss Dillon and Mr. Dailey exchange July wedding vows
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Dailey
Miss Brandy Dillon, given in marriage by her parents, became the
bride of Brian Dailey on Friday, July 18 at Standing Stone State
Park. Tim Sharp officiated the double ring 7 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Russell and Dian Dillon of Hilham.
She is the granddaughter of Ernest and Imogene Geesling, Martha
Dillon, and the late Blount Dillon.
The groom is the son of Donald Dailey of Edmunton, KY, and Patsy
Dailey of Livingston. He is the grandson of the late Paskell and
Roselyn Staggs and Newton and Ermina Dailey.
The wedding took place outdoors under a large white tent. An archway
adorned with pastel flowers and tulle set the scene.
The bride and her father arrived in a horse-drawn carriage.
Musical selections included "Wing Beneath My Wings",
"Can You Feel the Love Tonight", "Daddy's Little
Girl", "When You Say Nothing At All", and "From
This Moment". Tosha Cole and Bryan Spears performed the songs.
Jerry Carr then performed "The Wedding March".
The bride wore a strapless A-line gown handbeaded with pearls,
crystals, and beads. The dress also featured a sweetheart neckline
and a garden-length train.
Her veil was elbow-length and adorned with a tiara made of pearls,
crystals, beads, and diamonds.
She carried a bouquet of roses and daisies.
Her jewelry consisted of a pearl and diamond necklace, bracelet,
and earrings, and the wedding ring of her late great grandmother.
Serving as maid of honor was Marcie Matthews, sister of the bride.
She wore a yellow two-piece and carried a bouquet of roses.
Bridesmaids were Cory Parsons, Brook Thompson, and Nikki Geesling.
Their two-piece dresses were respectfully pink, purple, and green
pastel. Each carried a rose bouquet and wore clear shoes and pearl
The bride's niece, Tatum Dillon, daughter of Chad and Kim Dillon,
and Hannah Johnson, daughter of Duel and Stacy Johnson, served as
flower girls. They wore pearl jewelry, clear shoes, and baby's breath
in their hair.
Serving as best man was Derek Harris, friend of the groom. Groomsmen
were Brian Bilbrey, Kyle Gaw, and Chris Everly.
Ushers were Brandon Geesling and Kevin Hunter.
The bride's nephew, Tanner Dillon, son of Chad and Kim Dillon,
and Brody Johnson, son of Duel and Stacy Johnson, served as ring
The bride's mother wore a lavender dress and jacket with silver
sparkles and diamond buttons. She wore silver jewelry.
The groom's mother wore a pastel pink two-piece tea-length suite
with pearls on the jacket. She had matching accessories.
Both mothers wore a white rose corsage.
A reception followed the ceremony in the tea room at Standing
Stone State Park.
The three-tier wedding cake was adorned with real pastel flowers.
Keeping the guest register was Ashley Hunter, niece of the groom.
After a wedding trip to Orange Beach, FL, the couple will make
their home in Hilham.
Miss Byrd and Mr. Jeanes to unite in matrimony Nov. 8
Miss Mary Monica Byrd & Mr. Kevin David Jeanes
Walter Byrd of West Virginia and Karen (Cope) Byrd of Arlington,
VA, proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of
their daughter, Mary Monica, to Kevin David Jeanes, son of David
and Jerri Jeanes of Fairfax, VA.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Carvel and Bobbye Cope
of Livingston, Erlene Byrd of San Antonio, TX, and the late Walter
She is a social worker.
The future groom is the grandson of Ester Columbus of Sandown,
NH, Marjorie Jeanes of North Reading, MA, and the late Salvi Columbus
and Hubert Jeanes.
He is minister of music and worship leader at the church they
The couple will exchange vows at 1 o'clock in the afternoon Saturday,
Nov. 8 at Cherrydale United Methodist Church of Arlington.
They plan to make their home in Manassas, VA.
Overton County News
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