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Miss Day and Mr. Geesling join in marriage September 2

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew William G. Geesling

Miss Lindsey Ellen Day of Livingston, given in marriage by her family, became the bride of Mr. Matthew William G. Geesling of Hilham on Saturday, Sept. 2 at First Assembly of God in Monterey. Rev. James R. Shaver, the bride's grandfather, officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Steve and Cheryl Craun of Harrisonburg, VA. She is the granddaughter of Rev. James and Zola Shaver of Clarkrange, June Craun of Harrisonburg, VA, and the late Ralph Craun.

A graduate of Clarkrange High School, she is employed as a CNA at Overton County Nursing Home.

The groom is the son of Roy and Janet Geesling of Hilham and the grandson of Maudie Pennington and Lester Ledbetter, both of Hilham, the late Anderson Pennington, and Imogene Ledbetter

He is a graduate of Livingston Academy and is employed at Tutco in Cookeville.

As the bride was escorted down the aisle by her father, "I Loved Her First" was played.

While the bride and groom lit the unity candle, the congregation watched a video celebrating the couple's lives.

She wore a formal-length gown of white satin and lace featuring an empire bodice accented with a heavy beading and Austrian crystals. The side drape on the skirt accented the side opening covered with beaded embellished lace and an Austrian broach pin. A semi-cathedral train was finished with a corset tie back closure.

In her hair, she wore a tiara of Austrian crystals and a fingertip veil adorned with Austrian crystals.

Her bouquet consisted of red hand-wrapped roses.

Serving as matron of honor was the bride's sister, Stephanie Mason, of Harrisonburg. Bridesmaids were Ronnie Maxfield, Melissa Phillips, and Megan Phillips, all friends of the bride from Livingston.

Each wore a claret red two-piece satin ball gown featuring a strapless top and a side drape with matching scarf. Their bouquets were made of white hand-wrapped roses.

The groom's nieces, Eden Geesling and Kassidy Geesling of Livingston, were junior bridesmaids. Each wore a floor-lenth white satin gown with claret red sashes.

Flower girls were Makenzie Shaver of Clarkrange, cousin of the bride, and Jaylyn Geesling of Livingston, niece of the groom. They also wore floor-length white satin gowns with claret red sashes.

The groom wore a black tuxedo with silver vest and tie.

Serving as best man was Roy Joe Geesling of Livingston. Ushers were friends of the groom, Brandon Mullins, Jacob Wyatt, and Eric Mullins, all of Livingston.

Each wore matching black tuxedos with claret red vests and ties.

Logan Shaver of Clarkrange, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer.

A reception followed the ceremony in the church's fellowship hall.

After honeymooning in Pigeon Forge, the newlyweds are making their home in Livingston.

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Engagements

Miss Smith and Mr. Boles to exchange vows September 30

PFC Kristopher Cody Boles & Miss Stephanie Lynn Smith

Randy Norrod and Sherry Smith of Crawford and Charles Smith of Chattanooga proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Lynn, to PFC Kristopher Cody Boles, son of Kenneth and Sue Kesty of Livingston.

The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Jean Darrow of Silver Point, the late Jerrold Darrow, and Chastin and Jean Smith.

A graduate of Livingston Academy, she is a senior at Tennessee Tech University and will graduate in May with a bachelor's degree in biology. She plans to continue and earn her Ph.D in micro-biology.

The future groom is the grandson of Margie Wilborn of Livingston.

Also a graduate of Livingston Academy, he is serving in the Army National Guard Reserves and has recently completed training and certification as a paramedic. He plans to enroll in Volunteer State Community College in January to earn his degree as a radiology technician.

The wedding will take place Saturday, Sept. 30 at Oak Hill United Methodist Church. A reception will follow.

 

Miss Gilpatrick and Mr. Watkins to unite in matrimony September 23

Miss Amanda Gilpatrick & Mr. Jackie Watkins

Miss Amanda Gilpatrick and Mr. Jackie Watkins proudly announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Wanda Gail Grissom and Kenny Bilbrey, both of Cookeville. She is the granddaughter of Geneva Adams of Livingston, the late Willie George Tinsley, and Cordell and Ida Bilbrey.

The future groom is the son of Jack and Ruth Watkins of Allons. He is the grandson of the late Clyde and Ruby Watkins and Holis and Jewell Shelton.

The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23 at Keeping the Faith Church.

All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

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