Carter and Goble engagement announcement
Brandy Carter and Nathan Goble of Johnson City, plan to be married April 2, 2011.The bride-elect is the daughter of Dean and Beatrice Carter of Kingsport, and the granddaughter of Christine Carter of Mount Carmel, the late Fred Carter and the late Charles and Rena Scott. She graduated from Sullivan South High School in 2000, East Tennessee State University in 2005, and Milligan College in 2010. She is employed at Citigroup, Gray.The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Eric and Sharon Goble of Emerson, Ark., and the grandson of James and Francis Skinner of Waldo, Ark., Glenda Goble of Magnolia, Ark., and the late Ralph Goble. He graduated high school from Columbia Christian in 2002, and from Southern Arkansas University in 2006, ETSU in 2008, and Johnson and Wales University in 2009. He is a self-employed business owner in Johnson City.
Quillen 50th wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wayne (Barbara Bishop) Quillen of Kingsport, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 9, 2010.A reception for the couple, hosted by their children, was held Dec. 19, 2010, at Bloomingdale Baptist Church.The couple was married Dec. 9, 1960, in Gate City, Va.They are the parents of Michael Wayne Quillen of Kingsport, and Michelle Quillen Perry of Shawnee, Kan. They are the grandparents of Ashley Quillen Burney, Jessica Quillen and Regan Rutledge, and the great-grandparents of Malaya Croyle and Leah Burney.Mr. Quillen retired from TVA John Sevier as an electrician.
Bardinelli and Jones marriage announcement
Meagan Sylvia Jones of Gate City, Va., and Joseph Alan Bardinelli of Kingsport, were married June 26, 2010, at New Canton Plantation, Church Hill. The Rev. Jim Mitchell officiated at the 3 p.m. ceremony.The bride is the daughter of Joel and Pamela Jones of Gate City, and the granddaughter of Vernell Orton of Church Hill, the late Thomas B. Johnson Sr., Charlie Ann Jones of Gate City, and the late Kyle T. Jones Sr. The bridegroom is the son of Carol Donovan of Demorest, Ga., and Rudy Bardinelli of Gray. He is the grandson of the late Joy Gonzalez, the late Jesse Barhite, the late Foy Beckham and the late Rufus "Rudy" Bardinelli.Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father and her brother, the bride wore a fitted sheath-style strapless gown of ivory-colored re-embroidered Alencon lace over Italian satin. The gown was embellished with crystal beading and sequins. The dress was accented at the waist with a clover green satin band and a dramatic tiered trumpet hemline that extended into the chapel-length train. The bride wore a two-tiered, soft ivory-colored fingertip-length veil featuring a beaded scalloped edge adorned with dangling Swarovski crystals. The veil extended from a pearl and rhinestone headband adorned with a side spray feather flower. The bride carried a bouquet of wildflowers accented with yellow and white roses.Ellie Parris of Midlothian, Va., was matron of honor. Joel Evan Jones, brother of the bride, of Gate City, Va., was man of honor. Bridesmaids were Erin Cordell of Mount Carmel; Darci Sowdon of Gate City; Courtney Colobro of Piney Flats, and Davina Dishner of Hiltons, Va. Avery Osborne, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Rudy Bardinelli served his son as best man. Groomsmen were James Bardinelli, brother of the bridegroom of Bluff City; Trevis Cleary of Johnson City; Jason McLain of Kingsport, and Peter Olsen of Kingsport. Ring bearers were Trent Williams and Logan Dockery, cousins of the bride.Lindsay Quillen was bride's book attendant. Brandi Jones and Jamie Perry read selected readings during the ceremony.A reception was held at New Canton Plantation.The bride graduated from the University of Virginia's College at Wise, where she was a member of the Lady Cavs softball team. She is employed at the Kingsport Fire Department, and is a member of the department's Honor Guard.The bridegroom graduated from East Tennessee State University, where he was a member of ROTC. He is employed at the Kingsport Police Department.Following a wedding trip to Daytona Shores and Disney World, the couple resides in Kingsport.
Jackson and Stubblefield marriage announcement
Dr. Emily K. Stubblefield and Taylor Jackson were united in marriage on Dec. 3, 2010 in a private ceremony in Kingsport.Emily is the daughter of Heiskell and Karen Stubblefield of Rogersville, and the granddaughter of Faye Henegar of Rogersville; the late Frank Henegar, formerly of Rogersville; Deloris Stubblefield of Rogersville; and the late R.L. Stubblefield, formerly of Rogersville. She graduated from Cherokee High School in 2000 and in 2003 received a bachelor of arts degree in applied psychology from Carson-Newman College, Jefferson City. She received a doctorate of physical therapy from East Tennessee State University in 2006. She is employed by Gentiva Home Health.Taylor is the son of Kerry and Nedra Jackson of Church Hill, and the grandson of Betty Jackson of Owensboro, Ky.; the late Paul Jackson, formerly of Owensboro, Ky., and the late Will and Wilma Lyons, formerly of Church Hill. He graduated from Volunteer High School in 1996 and in 2001 received a bachelor of general studies degree from East Tennessee State University.The couple resides in Church Hill.
Ervin 60th wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. (Bobbie Ford) Ervin of Kingsport celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Dec. 30, 2010.The couple was married Dec. 30, 1950 in Gate City, Va., with Charlie Pendleton officiating.They are the parents of Keith and Melanie Ervin of Griffin, Ga., and Teresa and Hugh Grills of Kingsport. They have seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.Mr. Ervin retired from Foote Mineral, Duffield, Va. Mrs. Ervin retired from Holston Valley Hospital, Kingsport.