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Archives 9-8-2004

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Babies

Travis Ryan Eugene

Richard Lowe and Marie Allen, of Livingston, proudly announce the birth of their son, Travis Ryan Eugene, who arrived May 26, 2004, at his home.

He weighed 6 lbs. 11 oz. and measured 20 inches in length.

His grandparents are Gary Allen of Algood, Sue Looney of Sparta, and Cindy Wilson of Muncie, IN. He is the great grandson of Jerry and Ruth Jackson of Muncie and Rita Lowe and the late Eugene Lowe.

Also welcoming home the new arrival was his big brother, Chris.

Marriage Licenses

Billy Joe Vickers and Francis Deloris Hudelston, both of Cookeville.

David Lee Kennedy and Denice Renee Lovelace, both of Livingston.

Timothy Watson Sipe and Alana Felicia Delong, both of Livingston.

Jonathan Derek Smith and Wendy Michelle Ferrell, both of Livingston.

Dennis Harold Wright and Rita Rae Boles, both of Livingston.

Johnny Bilbrey and Sharon Denise Bates, both of Livingston.

Weddings

Miss Johnson and Mr. Hickey united in marriage on June 12
Miss Nancy Johnson, given in marriage by her brother, Tony Tharp, became the bride of Mr. Chris Hickey on June 12 at Rickman First Baptist Church. Aron Dillon officiated the 7 p.m. ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Rita Pigg of Hilham and the late Roy Johnson.

The groom is the son of Winnell and Lea Hickey of Baxter.

Serving as matron of honor was Melissa Barnes. Tonya Allen was maid of honor.

Dana Hickey, sister of the groom, kept the guest register.

Serving as best man was Ricky Bandy. Groomsmen were Jake Pigg, brother of the bride, and Marty Maynord.

The newlyweds are making their home in Baxter.

 

Miss Wilson and Mr. Robson unite in matrimony on July 24
Miss Deborah Wilson of Monterey, given in marriage by her father, became the bride of Mr. Ian Robson of Maryville on July 24 at Monterey First Freewill Baptist Church.

Rev. Scott Phillips officiated the 3 p.m. ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Bruce and Treva Wilson of Monterey. She is the granddaughter of Charles and Lucille Anderson and Ona Wilson, all of Monterey, and the late Charles Wilson.

A 2000 graduate of Livingston Academy, she received her license in Cosmetology from Tennessee Technology Center at Livingston.

The future groom is the son of C. Douglas and Karen Robson of Maryville. He is the grandson of Marjorie DeBusschere of Oscala, FL, the late George DeBusschere, and C. Douglas and Donna Robson.

He graduated from Brean Christian High School and is a student at Tennessee Technological University, where he is pursuing a degree in Business with a concentration on Finance. He plans to graduate in December.

The church was decorated with cream and light pink roses. The stage displayed pedestals with rose bouquets placed on them.

Musical selections for the ceremony were performed by Alice LaFoy of Maryville on piano and Alex Robson of Cookeville on guitar.

The bride wore a white, strapless floor-length gown, which featured pleats on each side and a small train. The top of the bodice was adorned with sequins and pearls.

She carried a bouquet of cream and light pink roses. Her jewelry consisted of dangling diamond earrings and a diamond necklace. Completing her look was a diamond tiara and a veil.

Serving as matron of honor was Rebekah Robson, sister of the bride. She wore a black, strapless top with a black skirt. Bridesmaids were Charity Phillips of Sparta, cousin of the bride, Beckie Campbell of Pikeville, Michelle Savage of Alpine, and Kristy Barlow of Rickman, all friends of the bride, and Julie Baldwin of Clarkrange, cousin of the bride. Each of the attendants wore black formal tank tops and matching skirts.

The matron of honor and the bridesmaids wore dangling diamond earrings and carried bouquets of cream and light pink roses.

Sidney Story, daughter of Craig and Tammy Story, was the flower girl. She wore dangling diamond earrings and scattered cream and light pink rose petals.

Serving as the best man was David Barber of Maryville, friend of the groom.

Groomsmen were Alex Robson of Cookeville and Sean Robson of Maryville, both brothers of the groom, Bruce Wilson of Monterey, brother of the bride, and Clay Kernell of Maryville, friend of the groom.

Ushers were Robert Byrd of Cookeville and Jason Kremser of Maryville.

Dalton Schubert, son of Jackie and Melissa Schubert, was the ring bearer.

The bride's mother wore a black floor-length dress and the groom's mother wore a pink knee-length dress.

A reception followed the ceremony in the banquet hall of the church.

Andrea Wilson of Monterey, cousin of the bride, kept the guest register.

The tables were decorated with black table cloths, vines with cream and light pink roses, confetti, and fish bowls filled with rocks and water and a floating candle placed inside.

The wedding cake was three-tiered with white icing and pink rose petals sprinkled on top. A black tablecloth, with rose petals scattered across it, covered the table beneath the cake. The table also featured a photograph of the wedding couple.

Servers were Sherri Wilson, aunt of the bride, Jessica Buckner, cousin, and Carol Beaty.

After honeymooning in Atlanta, GA, and Tampa and Panama City, FL, the newlyweds are making their home in Cookeville.

 

 

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