Isabella Grace Moody
Chad and Whitney Moody, of Cookeville, proudly announce the birth
of their daughter, Isabella Grace, who arrived November 22, 2005,
at Livingston Regional Hospital.
She weighed 6 lbs. 3.5 oz. and measured 19 inches in length.
Her grandparents are Billy and Tara Moody and Bruce and Ammie Matthews,
all of Livingston, and Michael Looper of Dry Hollow.
She is the great-granddaughter of Henry and MaryAnn Bullington,
Sara Futrell, Larry and Roberta Looper, Joe and Agnes Moody, and
James and Janie Harris. Her great-great-grandparents are Largo and
Laura Looper, Dora Prill Watts, Essie Bullington, Hallie Looper,
and Howard Smith.
Daniel Lee Chaffins and Laura Jean Savage, both of Livingston.
Jimmy Douglas Cook and Dorothy Elaine Penticuff, both of Crawford.
Hulen Elbert Workman and Vickie Sue Chapin, both of Hilham.
Dr. Prigg and Mr. Cortese unite in matrimony October 15
Jennifer Noel Prigg, D.O., given in marriage by her father, became
the bride of Jeffrey Joseph Cortese, both originally from Mount
Clemens, MI, on October 15, 2005, at Eagle's Flight Park Overlook
at Cumberland Cove in Crossville.
The 4:30 p.m. outdoor ceremony was officiated by Rev. Max Mayo,
of Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church. In addition to the vows
he read, the couple exchanged their own vows.
The bride is the daughter of David H. Prigg, D.O., and Sandra K.
Prigg, of Fairfield Glade.
The groom is the son of Patricia Y. English and Darryl T. English
of Manistique, MI.
The overlook was decorated with potted fall flowers and white
toile with boughs of fall flowers. The seats faced south overlooking
As they exchanged their vows, the couple stood beneath an arbor
adorned with fall flowers and roses.
Musical selections for the ceremony were performed by two violinists
and a flutist from Fairfield Glade who played a variety of classical
pieces including “Trumpet Tune” by Purcell as the processional.
After the exchanging of rings, “Amazing Grace” was performed on
bagpipe by a musician from Knoxville.
J.S. Bach's “Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring” was played for the recessional.
The bride wore a white, off-the-shoulder, long-sleeve gown made
by her mother and grandmother. The gown was embroidered with floral
prints along the front and ends of the sleeves by the groom's mother.
A rhinestone tiara and a veil created by the bride's grandmother
completed her look.
Her bouquet consisted of roses, chrysanthemums, gerbera daisies,
lilies, and other fall flowers and greenery.
Serving as maid of honor was the bride's sister, Erica L. Prigg,
of Livingston. Bridesmaids were the bride's best friend, Sarah M.
Gargiulo, of Brandon, FL, and the bride's sister-in-law, Cheryl
L. Prigg, of Elmhurst, IL.
Karen Gargiulo, daughter to Sarah Gargiulo, was the flower girl.
Each of the attendants wore floor-length gowns, apple red in color,
and carried bouquets similar to the bride's.
Serving as best man was the groom's brother, Scott D. Cortese,
of Harrison Township, MI. Groomsmen were friends of the groom, David
W. Comer, of Utica, MI, and Paul Boland, of Detroit, MI.
Jason D. Prigg, of Elmhurst, brother of the bride, served as usher.
The bride's nephew, David B. Prigg, of Elmhurst, was the ring bearer.
The bride's mother wore a floor-length black dress with a silver
The groom's mother wore a knee-length dress and jacket, mist green
A reception followed the ceremony at Legend's, at Druid Hills Country
Club in Fairfield Glade.
Afterwards, the couple left for a five-day wedding trip to Chipeta
Sun Lodge and Spa in Ridgway, CO, then took five days to mountain
hike and relax at the Fairmont Hotel in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada.
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