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January 6, 2013

Stark, Luquire

MERIDIAN —     Cheryl Luquire of Meridian and Adam Stark of Old Hickory, Tenn., were married Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, at Traveller’s Rest Plantation, with the Rev. Tom Phillips officiating.

    Parents of the couple are Harold Dunn and Judy Luquire Dunn of Meridian and the late Wayne Luquire, and John and Kathy Stark of Old Hickory, Tenn.

    Grandparents of the bride are Roberta Hendry of Bay Springs and the late Paschal Hendry, and the late Juanita Eldridge and the late Donald Eldridge of Meridian.

    Grandparents of the bridegroom are Michael and Laverne Szydel of Cudahy, Wisc., and Marion Stark and the late Hilbert Stark of South Milwaukee, Wisc.

    Music for the ceremony was provided by Jordan Reynolds, vocals/guitar/violin; Ricky Braddy, vocals); Melodie Morris, cello; and Brian Bixby, violin.

    Given in marriage by her mother, the bride wore an allure slim fitted trumpet gown in all-over lace, featuring a sweetheart-cut neckline with lace contoured straps that continue to a kace keyhole back.

    Maid of honor was Kiley Phillips of Newton, Ill. Matrons of honor were Dana Luquire and Shelia Luquire, both of Nashville, Tenn.

    Other attendants were Penny Everhard of Medford, Wisc., Grace Wilson of Reno, Nev., and Sarah Frueh of Los Angeles, Calif.

    Honorary bridesmaids were Katy Phillips, Danielle Pyle and Jennifer Butcher, all of Nashville, Brookley Branning-Glover of Meridian and Lauren Ledbetter of Seattle, Wash.    

    Gracie and Kaylee Hendry of Carthage, Tenn., were flower girls. Lars Dabrowiak of Nashville was ring bearer.

    Jordan Phillips of Nashville was best man.

    Groomsmen and ushers were Bobby Stark of Mount Juliet, Tenn., Lucas Cummins of Atlanta, Ga.,

and Matthew Start, Gabriel Anderson and Josh Edwards, all of Nashville,     

    Program attendants were Sally Lyons and Jasmine Sciple.

    A reception was held at Traveller’s Rest Barn following the ceremony.    

    After a honeymoon in Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple resides in Nashville.

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