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Anica Danielle Cobb



Andy and Ciara Cobb, of Cookeville, proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Anica Danielle, who arrived August 24, 2007.

She weighed 8 lbs. 9oz. and measured 21 inches in length.

She was welcomed home by her sister Ciana Grace Cobb.

Her grandparents are Ronnie and Patsy Cobb, of Cookeville, and Butch and Saralee Cross, of Allons.

Her great-grandparents are Lois Cross, of Cookeville, Janet Daley, of Allons, and Bob Daley, of Florida. Also welcoming Anica are her great-great grandmother Lola Gunnels, her uncle, aunt and first cousin Cody, Jade, and Cambrie Cate Cross, and her uncles Cory and Colton Cross.

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Weddings

Miss Brooks & Mr. Beechboard join in marriage August 18

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Beechboard

Michael Beechboard and Catherine Brooks, both of Allons exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2007 in Allons.

 

Miss Fujiwara & Mr. Dortch join in marriage July 7

Mr. and Mrs. Shem Yawan Dortch

Kazumi Fujiwara and Shem Yawon Dortch were united in marriage at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Livingston on July 7, 2007. Charles Cramer performed the double-ring ceremony.

Wedding colors were pink, black, and white.

Serving as matron of honor was Natsako Kaulbach of Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The bridesmaid was Rebecca Schuk, of Kawasaki, Japan. They both wore shimmering pink dresses made by the bride.

Serving as best man was brother of the groom, Shad Dortch. Seth Dortch, also brother of the groom, was the groomsman. Matthew Thompson was an usher. Chelsea Thompson was in charge of the guest book.

The bride’s mother, Takumi Fujiwara, wore the full traditional Japanese
costume including a kimono.

Immediately following the ceremony was a cake reception at the Leslie Town Center in Cookeville. Pam Thompson provided a four-tiered chiffon wedding cake. Chigy Ichinose provided a green tea chiffon cake and other chiffon cakes decorated with sliced strawberries. All the guests provided desserts. The wedding party and several guests were treated to a special dinner at Mama Rosa’s following the reception.

Out-of-town guests were from Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Monroe, NY, Wallkill, NY, Cape Cod, MA, Cleveland, OH, Washington, D.C., Beaver Dam, KY, Tochigi, Kawasaki, Fujisawa, and Ibaraki, Japan, Byrdstown, Sparta, Smyrna, Cookeville, Lebanon, Pegram, and Crossville. Many local friends enjoyed accommodating the out-of-town guests during their stay.

After a honeymoon trip to Key West, FL, the couple are making their home in Cookeville.

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Engagements

Miss Kempton & Mr. Smith to unite in matrimony Sept. 22

Mr. Chase Smith & Miss Kellie Kempton

Miss Kellie Renea Kempton and PFC Chase Allen Smith announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Lesia Kempton, of Livingston, and James Kempton, of Pall Mall.

She is the granddaughter of Don and Naoma Ogletree, of Livingston, and Willie D. Hooks, of Rickman, and the late James Andrew, and Delcie Kempton. She is the great-granddaughter of Dorothy Ross, of Virginia and the late Ralph Ross.

She is a 2006 graduate of Livingston Academy and plans to pursue a degree in respiratory therapy.

The future groom is the son of Charles Smith, of Algood, and Randy Norrod and Sherry Smith, of Crawford. He is the grandson of Jean Darrow, of Silver Point, the late Jean and Coy Smith, and Jerrold Darrow.

He is a 2005 graduate of Livingston Academy and is serving in the United States Army, stationed at Fort Gordon, GA.

The ceremony will take place at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Alvin C. York State Park. All friends and family are invited to attend. The couple will make their home at Fort Carson, CO, where Smith will report for duty on September 28.

 

Miss Ledbetter & Mr. Deimel to be joined in marriage Oct. 13

Miss Jennifer Ledbetter & Mr. Steven Deimel

Mr. Paul Ledbetter along with Mr. and Mrs. William (Bill) and Linda Edens, of Monroe, proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Lynette, to Steven Mark Deimel, son of Mrs. Joyce Deimel, of Lebanon, and the late Herman Deimel.

The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Glen and Claudine Ledbetter, Don and Iolene Ford, and James and Lena Edens, all of Monroe.

She is a 2001 graduate of Livingston Academy and 2004 graduate of Volunteer State Community College with an associate degree in Applied Science Radiologic Technology. She is employed at Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin as a CT technologist.

The future groom is the grandson of Henrietta Deimel, of Ingraham IL, the late Henry Deimel, and Kermit and Veneta Hagen.

He is a 1997 graduate of Lebanon High School, a 2001 graduate of Cumberland University with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine. He is a 2003 graduate of Volunteer State Community College with an associate degree in Applied Science Radiologic Technology. He is employed at River Radiology in Mt. Juliet as a CT technologist.

The ceremony will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13 at Blackhaven Wedding Gardens in Lebanon. Formal invitations will be sent.

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