Mr. and Mrs. Maden
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maden, 531 Tavern Hill Road, Jonesborough, will celebrate their 50th anniversary Sunday, Dec. 4, 2011, at a reception from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church Community Ministry Center, Jonesborough.
The couple were married on Dec. 29, 1961, at Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church by The Rev. Marvin Gass.
Mr. Maden retired from Phillips Corporation, Greeneville.
Mrs. Maden is the former Carolyn Carder. She is a retired teacher from Washington County School System.
The couple have four children, Martha Renfro and husband Scott of Johnson City; Julie Griesen and husband Michael of Maryville, Suzanne Richards and husband Allen of Jonesborough; and Rachel Whitten and husband Neal of Johnson City; and seven grandchildren, Hannah and Sarah Renfro, Micaiah, Katriel and Janayah Griesen, Jacob Richards and Alexander Whitten.
The celebration is open to family and friends.
The couple request no gifts.
Travis Austin Nevels IV and Catherine Smith Stallings were married Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011, at St. Mary’s Chapel, Charlotte, N.C.
The Rev. Patrick Maloy officiated the 4:30 p.m. exchange of vows.
Music was provided by a violinist from Queen City Ensemble.
The bride is a daughter of Donna Furlong and Jack B. Stallings Jr., Charlotte.
She is a granddaughter of Jack B. Stallings, Rock Hill, S.C.; the late Minnie Tolbert Stallings; John Carter Furlong, Charlotte; and Joyce Smith Moore, Charlotte.
The groom is a son of Travis S. and Debra Sells Nevels, Charlotte.
He is a grandson of Travis L. and Patricia Z. Nevels, Johnson City, Tenn.; and the late James H. and Imogene King Sells.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a San Patrick V-neck, mermaid-style gown of off-white lace featuring a gathered waist.
Maid of honor was Rebecca Slate.
Bridesmaids were Jessica Wynn and Lallie Jones.
Ring bearer was Dean Furlong.
David Ulloa served as best man.
Groomsmen were Nathan Choy, Staton Pollock and John Stallings.
Following a reception at Pewter Rose Bistro, the couple took a wedding trip to Mayan Riviera, Mexico, and Mayan ruins of Tulum.
Sara Ellen Barnes and Loyal Benjamin Andies III were married Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, at The Gazebo at Mill Spring Park, Historic Jonesborough.
The Rev. Dennis Shumate officiated the 6:30 p.m. exchange of vows. Music was provided by Sage Greer, vocalist; Emory Carty, guitarist; and Caleb Coe, drummer.
The bride is a daughter of Dr. Rod and Janet Barnes, Greeneville.
She is a granddaughter of Fred Johnson, Johnson City; the late Berdie Johnson; Lloyd E. Barnes, Nashville; and the late Frances Barnes.
The groom is a son of Loyal and Becky Andies, Bluff City.
He is a grandson of Louise Andies, Jonesborough; the late Loyal Andies; Eddie Arnold, Bluff City; and the late Lois Arnold.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a Maggie Sottero gown of ivory demir stretch satin featuring beaded embellishments, a sweetheart-style neckline, a ruched, asymmetrically draped bodice, a lace-up coselette backline and a skirt with that extended into a chapel-length train.
Matrons of honor were Robin Morelock and Haven Duffy, sisters of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Caitlin Campbell; Brooke Dyer, sister of the groom; Michelle Martz; Marybeth Nickerson and Lindsay McKnight.
Flower girls were Maggie Morelock and Kamryn Wykle.
Ring bearer was Hunter Morelock.
Loyal Andies II and Timothy Andies served as best men.
Groomsmen were Tyler Baker, Josh Baker, Daniel Simpson, Sean Sherrill and Dustin Fleenor.
Ushers were the groomsmen and ring bearer.
Greeters were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Ealy.
Unity event special reading was given by Robin Morelock.
Following a reception at The Gazebo at Mill Spring Park, the couple took a wedding trip to Galley Bay, Antigua.
Taylor Lane Cooter and Jonathan Robert Leichliter were married Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011, at First Baptist Church.
The Rev. Poland Whittemore officiated the 2 p.m. exchange of vows. Music was provided by John Bunn, vocalist and pianist; and Rene Huntsinger, vocalist.
The bride is a daughter of Claudia Lane and Michael Cooter.
She is a granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Lane; Betty Lou Day; and the late Doyle Cooter.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Leichliter.
He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Raver; the late Mary-Jane Daniels-Leichliter; and the late Ronald Saxton.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a Maggie Sottero bridal gown of diamond white whisper chiffon featuring beaded embellishments of Swarovski crystals, beaded straps on a strapless yoke, a folded chiffon empire fitted waistline and a soft A-line skirt that cascaded into a full chapel-length train.
Matron of honor was Haley Gregory.
Maid of honor was Emily Griffith.
Bridesmaids were Britney Langley, Annie Tull, Andrea Ottinger and Hannah Buckles.
Flower girl was Kaylee Hollifield.
Ring bearers were Harrison and Cole Pritchett.
Chris Carter served as best man.
Groomsmen were Ben Leichliter, Blake Silcox, Matt Cole, Josh Barrett and Chris Blevins.
Ushers were Justin Cooter, Brody Thomas, Michael Buckles and Chris Buckles.
Following a reception at the Johnson City Country Club, the couple took a wedding trip.
Gregg and Joan Tipton announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda, to Seth Coffie, son of Roy and Donna Coffie.
The bride-elect is a 2007 graduate of Unicoi County High School, and is a student at East Tennessee State University, where she will graduate in December with a degree in nursing.
She is a nurse intern at Mountain States Health Alliance and is a member of Central Baptist Church.
She is a granddaughter of Jean Perry, Johnson City; the late Don Perry; Eula Tipton, Johnson City; and the late Fred Tipton.
Her fiancé is a graduate of Unicoi County High School, and is a student at East Tennessee State University, where he will graduate in December with a degree in business.
He is an intern at Scottrade and is a member of Mt. Wesley United Methodist Church.
He is a grandson of Joanne Foster, Erwin; the late Edmund Foster; and the late Roy and Rosie Coffie.
The couple plan a private wedding for Friday, Dec. 2, 2011, at Central Baptist Church.