Ashley Elizabeth Tetrick and Keith John Mijeski were married Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011, at the Johnson City Country Club.
The Rev. Dwight Basham officiated the 6:30 p.m. exchange of vows. Music was provided by Sophisticated Strings.
The bride is a daughter of Bill and Julie Tetrick, Elizabethton.
She is a granddaughter of Don Tetrick, Johnson City; the late Frances Tetrick; and the late Kate and Jones Williams.
The groom is a son of Ken and Kendra Mijeski, Johnson City.
He is a grandson of Jane Kassel, Miami, Fla.; the late Gil Crawford; and the late Frank and Violet Mijeski.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore an organza dress featuring a sweetheart neckline, a dropped waist with crystal and pearl beading and a corset back.
Matron of honor was Ronda Greaves, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Erica Hensley, Kara Niebauer, Erica Holly, Tonya Hardy and Whitney Taylor.
Ring bearer was Max Niebauer.
Dennis Smith served as best man.
Groomsmen were Jared Tetrick, Robert Greaves, Brad Logan, Ken Mijeski and German Levin.
Greeters were Tyler and Terina Tetrick.
Following a reception at Johnson City County Club, the couple took a wedding trip to Oahu and Maui, Hawaii.
Mr. and Mrs. John Evans Seward Jr., Elizabethton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Julia Katherine Seward, to Gideon Patrick O’Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Patrick O’Daniel, Raleigh, N.C.
The bride-elect is a 2005 honors graduate of Science Hill High School; a 2009 summa cum laude graduate of Grove City College where she received a bachelor’s degree in English and was ranked No. 38 in NCAA Division III cross-country running; and a 2012 graduate of Bob Jones University where she received a master’s degree in teaching.
She is employed by Sylvan Learning Center in Greenville, S.C..
She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Farris, Greenville, S.C.; Mrs. Matilda Seward, Johnson City, and the late John Seward.
Her fiancé is a graduate of Genessee Christian School, Michigan; a graduate of West Coast Baptist College where he received a bachelor’s degree in elementary education; and a 2011 graduate of Bob Jones University where he received a master’s degree in teaching.
He taught sixth grade at Harvest Christian Academy in Guam for three years, and is employed at Wilmington Christian Academy, Wilmington, N.C., as a sixth-grade teacher.
He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Halleck, California; and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Patrick O’Daniel.
The couple plan an open-church wedding for 1 p.m., Saturday, March 3, 2012, at Grace Bible Church, Moore, S.C.
Debbie Kay Harley and David J. McClaskey were married Sunday, Sept. 4, 2011, at The Centre, Bristol.
Troy R. Hensley, minister, officiated the 4:30 p.m. exchange of vows.
The bride is a daughter of Charles Harley, Estill Springs.
The groom is a son of the late Robert M. McClaskey; and the late Anita F. McClaskey.
The bride was given in marriage and escorted by her daughters Kate Craig and Sarah Sizemore.
The groom was escorted by his daughter, Kate McClaskey.
Following a reception at The Centre, the couple took a wedding trip to Paris, France.
Jennifer Nicole Washington and Britton Jiles Brumitt were married Friday, Nov. 11, 2011, at the Little Log Wedding Chapel, Gatlinburg.
The chapel’s reverend officiated the 7:30 p.m. exchange of vows.
The bride is a daughter of Mary Barnett and David Washington.
She is a granddaughter of the late Christine and Joseph Barnett; and the late Jean and Alton Washington.
The groom is a son of James Eddie and Trudy Kay Brumitt, 390 Rockhouse Road, Johnson City.
He is a grandson of the late Martha and Bill Brumitt; Armida Loveless; and the late Herbert Sartain.
Given in marriage by her parents Mary Barnett and David Washington and her stepfather Lawson Burrow and escorted by her stepfather Lawson Burrow and her father David Washington, the bride wore a white strapless gown featuring silver trim beading across the front, gathers on the left side trimmed in silver beading with sequins, a button-up back and a floor-length skirt with a bow that extended into a train.
Maid of honor was Jessy Jinks.
Flower girls were Autumn and Brooke Jinks.
Ring bearer was Colton Pemberton.
Jason Davis served as best man.
Following a reception at The Rising Eagle Lodge Cabin, the couple remained in the Gatlinburg area for a wedding trip.
Dana Nicole Mitchell and Dallas Monroe Lilly were married Friday, Nov. 11, 2011, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church.
Pastor Steven Harmon officiated the 5 p.m. exchange of vows. Music was provided by Ray Tipton, organist.
The bride is a daughter of Kenneth and Tina Mitchell, 2807 McKinley Road, Johnson City.
She is a granddaughter of the late Earl T. Mitchell, Johnson City; Evelyn Woodfin, Johnson City; the late Charles Gregg Sr.; and the late Linda Neice.
The groom is a son of Robert Lilly, Sister’s Row, Jonesborough; and Margaret Lilly, 111 E. 8th Ave., Johnson City.
He is a grandson of the late Felix E. Lilly; Katherine “Gigi” Lilly, Johnson City; and the late Horace and Dorothy Gerarde.
Given in marriage and escorted by her father, the bride wore a floor-length A-line gown of champagne-colored satin featuring a split-front halter with intricate beading, a low-lying bow over the hip that tied in the back, a corset-back and a skirt that extended into a chapel-length train.
Matron of honor was Kirston Gillette, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Tess Lilly, sister of the groom, and Christy Davis, sister of the bride.
Flower girl was Mae Lilly, toddler daughter of the bride and groom.
Ring bearer was Caiden Lilly, infant son of bride and groom, escorted by Tyler Mitchell, brother of the bride.
Dusty Stockton served as best man.
Groomsmen were Matthew Vollmar and Nathan White.
Ushers were Tyler Mitchell and Sonny Charles III.
Bride’s book attendant was Mignon Charles.
Following a reception at the ballroom at Best Western, Johnson City, the couple took a wedding trip to Ocho Rios, Jamaica.