Final plans announced for Miss Huey, Ward

Final plans announced for Miss Huey, Ward

Posted: Tuesday, September 28, 2010 8:01 pm

Final plans are being announced today for the wedding of Magan Carol Huey and John Brandon Ward, both of Murfreesboro.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Steve Huey of Troy and Teresa Charlton of Liberal, Kan. She is the granddaughter of Carol Wayne and Maye Charlton of Obion, Norma Huey of Troy and the late Harold Huey.
The groom-elect is the son of John and Cindy Ward of South Fulton. He is the grandson of the late J.W. and Jean Love Ward of Hickman, Ky., the late Era Dell Latham Allen of South Fulton and the late Bobby Charles Allen of Greenfield.
Deanna Armstrong, pianist, and Barry Puckett, organist, both of Troy, will provide the music. Soloist will be Nancy Solmon of Troy.
Attending the guest book will be Missy Lynch of South Fulton and Mary Beth Hedge of Murfreesboro, friends of the bride-elect.
Program attendants will be Olivia and Kaylee Ward, both of Hickman, nieces of the groom-elect, and Macy Huey of Hornbeak, cousin of the bride-elect.
The maid of honor will be Katelin Huey of Knoxville, sister of the bride-elect. Bridesmaids will be Allison Turner of Nashville, Morgan Tibbs of Murfreesboro, Amie Busby of Hickman and Ashley Ursery of Union City, friends of the bride-elect. Olivia Charlton of Fort Mill, S.C., cousin of the bride-elect, will serve as junior bridesmaid.
The best man will be Ian Ward of South Fulton, brother of the groom-elect. Groomsmen will be Colin Calhoun of Nashville, and Michael Tibbs, Craig Dame and Lance Scott, all of Murfreesboro, and Joseph McCoy of South Fulton, friends of the groom-elect. The ring bearer will be Aidan Ward of Rives, nephew of the groom-elect.
Ushers will be B.J. Gordan, friend of the groom-elect, of South Fulton, and Andy Whitten, cousin of the groom-elect, and Cory Turner, friend of the groom-elect, both of Nashville. Serving as junior ushers will be Luke Charlton and Jack Charlton, both of Fort Mill, cousins of the bride-elect.
The ceremony will be held Saturday at 6 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Troy. Music will begin at 5:30.
The Rev. Judd Mowery of Troy will officiate the double-ring ceremony.
A reception will immediately follow at the Moffatt Centrè in Troy.
All family and friends are invited to attend.

Published in The Messenger 9.28.10


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