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Babies

Malayna Brooke Dishman



Mike and Sharon Dishman, of Rickman, proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Malayna Brooke, who arrived August 3, 2007, at Livingston Regional Hospital.

She weighed 6 lbs. 14oz. and measured 20.5 inches in length.

Her grandparents are Ronnie and Ann Butler, of Allons, Steve and Barbara Keisling, of Michigan, Marilyn Dishman, of Livingston, and the late Johnny Van Dishman.

Welcoming her home was her big brother, John Michael, and her big sister, Isabella.


Jesse Thomas Cecil Gentry



Thomas and Jackie Gentry proudly announce the birth of their son, Jesse Thomas Cecil, who arrived August 15, 2007 at Livingston Regional Hospital.

He weighed 7 lbs. 13 oz. and measured 20.5 inches in length.

His grandparents are Cecil and Wilma Gentry, of Rickman, and Jack and Diane Davis, of Livingston.

Also welcoming home the new arrival were big sisters Emily and Ella.


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Weddings

Miss Cole and Mr. Clemens join in marriage September 3

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clemens

Tosha Cole, of Livingston, and Joseph Clemens, of Nampa, ID, were married September 3 at Rancho Capistrano in California at 5:30 p.m. in a ceremony officiated by Gary Cooper.

The bride is the daughter of Patty Moody Cole, of Nashville, and Billy and Shirley Cole, of Cookeville.

She wore a Cinderella ball gown with a lace up corset bodice and matching beaded veil. She also wore white gloves and carried a beautiful white lily bouquet made by her cousin Barry Moody. For the reception the bride changed into her own original design made by her and her mother Patty Moody Cole. She wore a slim fitted trumpet style white satin dress with lime green crystals.

Attending the bride as maiden of honor was Sara Greenwood, of Cookeville, and maid of honor Betsy Carr (cousin of the bride), of Allons. Attending the bride as bridesmaids were Stephanie Murphy, of Cookeville, Alivia Mick, of Cookeville, and Desiree Cano, of Los Angeles, CA. The flower girls were Kenzi Clemens and McKenna Parsons, both of Nampa, ID. The bridal party wore black satin A-line gowns with lime green sashes. Each dress was a different style and different sash design. The bridal party carried three calla lilies, which were surrounded by a dozen lime green roses that were designed by Barry Moody.

The groom is the son of Ken and Flora Clemens, of Nampa, and Pam and Jeb Allred, of Kimberly, ID.

Attending the groom as best man was Andy Clemens, of Nampa, brother of the groom. Other attendants included Jeb Allred Jr., of Boise, ID, brother of the groom, John Parsons, of Nampa, stepbrother of the groom, JD Hoagland, of Nampa, cousin of the groom, and Issac Bame, of Los Angeles. Ring bearers were Kayden Clemens, of Nampa, and Caeson Miller, of Twin Falls, ID, both nephews of the groom. Ushers attending the groom were Jason Teague, Matt Emerzian, and Chris Francis, all of Los Angeles.

The ceremony was held outside overlooking the water at a Christian resort. White rose petals were sprinkled down the aisle, which led to the lime green rose covered arch decorated in the center. The bride’s cousin, Barry Moody, designed all floral decorations. The ceremony ended with the release of two white doves in memory of the late Betty Moody, grandmother of the bride.

The bride was given away by her father, Billy Cole Jr., of Cookeville.
Following the wedding ceremony, a reception was held at a different area of the resort.

After a honeymoon trip to the Bahamas and Jamaica, the couple will reside in Los Angeles.

A reception will be held in Livingston on Saturday, Oct. 6 at 3 p.m. for friends and family to celebrate the marriage of Joe and Tosha Clemens at the First United Methodist Church gymnasium.

 

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Engagements

Miss Bohannon & Mr. Savage to exchange October wedding vows

Mr. Randy Savage & Miss Tabitha Bohannon

Ricky and Debbie Bohannon, of Cookeville, proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Tabitha Bohannon, to Randy Savage, son of Allen and Wanda Savage of Rickman.

The bride-elect is a 2005 graduate of Tennessee Technological University, where she earned a B.S degree in elementary education. She is currently employed as a second grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School and is pursuing a master’s degree in instructional leadership.

The future groom is a 2001 graduate of Livingston Academy. He is currently employed at Fred’s in Smithville.

The ceremony will take place at 6 p.m. on Oct. 5 at Captured Forever Event Center.

 

Miss Burgess and Mr. Fields to exchange wedding vows Sept. 29

Miss Melissa Burgess & Mr. Stephen Fields

Everett and Jane Burgess, of Cookeville, proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Melissa, to Mr. Stephen Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie and Jean Fields, of Cookeville.

The ceremony will take place on Saturday, Sept. 29.

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