Stockstill and Bales wedding announcement
Bethany Jill Stockstill of Picayune, Miss., and Jesse Thomas Bales of Kingsport, plan to be married in an open-church ceremony at 3 p.m., Sept. 4, 2010, at Deck Valley Baptist Church, Bristol, Tenn.The bride-elect is the daughter of Steven and Julie Stockstill of Jonesborough, and the granddaughter of Howard and Thelma Summers of Ponca City, Okla., Christine Stockstill of Picayune, Miss., and the late Darrel Stockstill. She graduated from David Crockett High School and is employed at Sulphur Springs Community Childcare.The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Jeff and Tammy Bales of Kingsport, and the grandson of Larry and Jean Bales of Bristol, Tenn., Gladys Roberts of Kingsport, and the late George Roberts. He graduated from Sullivan Central High School and is employed at Eastman Chemical Co.
McInturff and Taylor marriage announcement
Brittani Nicole Taylor of Mount Carmel, and Trey Austin McInturff of Church Hill, were married June 26, 2010, at Mount Carmel United Methodist Church. The Rev. Harrison J. Bell officiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony.The bride is the daughter of Larry and Nell Taylor of Mount Carmel. The bridegroom is the son of Rocky and Terri McInturff of Church Hill, and the grandson of Charles McInturff of Church Hill, the late Ann McInturff, and Buck Jones of Peoria, Ill. He is the great-grandson of Juanita Catron of Mount Carmel.The bride was escorted to the altar by her father.Matrons of honor were Nikki Vaughn and Angela Young. Bridesmaids were Madeline Hibbard, Melanie Linkous, Candice Taylor and Lacey McInturff. Flower girls were Sage Buchanan and Orianna Hibbard.Best men were Jonathan Vaughan and Corey Dean. Groomsmen were Nathaniel Bailey, Chris Haworth, Jake Vidourek and Ryan Carpenter. Josh Taylor was usher. Blake Perry was ring bearer.The bride graduated from Volunteer High School and magna cum laude from Tennessee Technological University with a bachelor of music degree. She is employed as band director at Twin Springs High School and choir director at Mount Carmel United Methodist Church.The bridegroom graduated from Volunteer High School and attends East Tennessee State University College of Pharmacy.Following a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple resides in Kingsport.
Sensabaugh 50th wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Sensabaugh will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception to be held in their honor on Sept. 5, 2010, at Baileyton United Methodist Church.All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the reception to be held in the fellowship hall from 2 to 4 p.m. Your presence is the only gift requested.Mrs. Sensabaugh is the former Dorlis June Weems. The couple was married Sept. 4, 1960, at Mount Pleasant Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Cross Anchor by the Rev. Gene Roberts, now deceased.Mr. Sensabaugh is retired from Eastman Kodak Co. and is presently serving as an alderman for the town of Baileyton. Mr. and Mrs. Sensabaugh belong to the Baileyton United Methodist Church.Mr. Sensabaugh is also a member of the Baileyton Masonic Lodge and the Knoxville Scottish Rite Bodies. They both belong to the Baileyton Order of the Eastern Star.Mrs. Sensabaugh retired from the Austin Company and Baileyton Elementary School. A reception is being given in their honor by their children, Terry and Donna Sensabaugh of Limestone, and David Sensabaugh of Cross Anchor. Other family members will assist.The couple has four grandchildren, Eric, Samantha, Aaron and Sydney Sensabaugh.
Glover and Durnin marriage announcement
Jordan Christian Durnin of Kingsport and Jared Adam Glover of Kingsport were married Dec. 5, 2009, at First Christian Church. The Rev. Jamie Mawk officiated at the 6 p.m., ceremony.The bride is the daughter of Patric and Karen Durnin, and the granddaughter of G.D. and Mary Ruth Bates, and Jim and Peggy Durnin. The bridegroom is the son of Tony and Karen Wilder, and Mike and Debbie Glover. He is the grandson of Lester and Bobbie Holt, the late James Allen Glover, and the late Faye Wiseman.The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father.Haylie Weatherford was matron of honor. Amanda Teague was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Dr. Jennifer Nottingham Harville; Peyton Wright; Caroline Bovender; Erin Glover, sister of the bridegroom; Jessica McCurry; Kari Durnin, sister-in-law of the bride; Mandy Armstrong, sister-in-law of the bride; Leigh Ann Wilson and Anna Marie Smith. Flower girls were Abby and Avery Armstrong, nieces of the bride; and Mckenzie Glover, niece of the bridegroom.Mike Glover served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Travis Durnin, brother of the bride; Andrew Armstrong, brother of the bride; Dustin Fleenor; Andrew Weatherford; Quinn Shelton; Josh Stacy and Chris Ball. Cory Hill was ring bearer.The bride graduated from Dobyns-Bennett High School and attended East Tennessee State University, where she was a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She is employed at Holston Medical Group and Holloway Dance School.The bridegroom graduated from Sullivan South High School and from Northeast State Community College with EMT IV tech certification. He is employed by the Kingsport Police Department.Following a wedding trip to Disney World, the couple resides in Kingsport.
Crawford and Edwards marriage announcement
Rebekah Hope Edwards and Andrew Charles Crawford were married June 5, 2010, at Corey Ippolito Vineyards, Blountville, Tenn. Dr. Reggie Weems and the Rev. Charles Ray Edwards officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of the Rev. Charles R. Edwards and Sheila Edwards of Kingsport, and the granddaughter of James and Myrtle Osborne, Otis and the late Barbara McGhee, and Charles and Betty Edwards, all of Kingsport. The bridegroom is the son of John and Brenda Crawford of Hiltons, Va., and the grandson of Betty Gibson of Gate City, Va., and the late Enoch and Ora Crawford.The bride wore a white, strapless chiffon gown with an empire waist, accented with hand-beaded lace and ruching detail on the bodice. The back of the gown was beaded with lace from the bodice to the hem. The gown had a chapel-length train.Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her twin sister, Amanda Dunham, as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jessica Valk Claman, Jessica Feathers, and Cayla Byrne. Flower girls were Maddy and Katie Hale, nieces of the bridegroom. John Crawford served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Austin Taylor, Ryan Brickey and Matthew Dunham. Justin Dunham served as an usher. Ring bearer was Conner Dunham, nephew of the bride. Rachel Turner was keeper of the bride's book.A dinner and dancing reception was held on the grounds of the vineyard following the ceremony.The bride graduated from Dobyns-Bennett High School and from East Tennessee State University, where she received a bachelor's degree in early childhood education with cum laude honors. She is a member of Heritage Baptist Church, Johnson City.The bridegroom graduated from Gate City High School and East Tennessee State University, where he received a bachelor's degree in computer science with cum laude honors. He is employed as the software developer for Xelex Digital in Johnson City. He is a member of Heritage Baptist Church, Johnson City.Following a trip to Savannah, Ga., and Jekyll Island, Ga., the newlyweds reside in Johnson City.