The News-Examiner from Gallatin, Tennessee on April 26, 2015 · Page M6
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The News-Examiner from Gallatin, Tennessee · Page M6

Gallatin, Tennessee
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Sunday, April 26, 2015
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6M • SUNDAY,APRIL26,2015 SUMNER COMMUNITY NEWS These are couples who filed marriage licenses March 1-31 with Sumner County Clerk. All cities are in Tennessee unless noted. Married dates are included when noted in the license. Saul Acuna Sanchez and Fatima Veneranda Gasca Balderrama, Antioch. Dallas Scott Anderson and Kristina Marie Phelps, Greenbrier, March 7. James Fredrick Arbogast and Melissa Shang Anderson, Hendersonville, March 13. William Evans Baber and Tina Parise, Gallatin. John David Baites and Kassie Rachelle Cutrell, Gallatin. Nathan Clark Bell and Ashley Michele Norman, Gallatin, March 28. Blake Leven Bennett and Heather Denise Ruppe Day, Hendersonville. Jaime Hernandez Bermudez and Sandra Mendez Gutierrez, Madison, March 2. William Dean Blair II and Audra Michelle Ordonez, Gallatin. Daniel Mark Boyles and Erica Diane Kimura, Gallatin. Jason Michael Bradley and Kristi L ynn Stucker, Nashville, March 13. Armando Bravo and Rosa Maria Ortega, Gallatin. Justin Allen Briley and Maria Elaina Patterson, Goodlettsville. Mark Kevin Brown and Connie Jo McGregor Hurt, Gallatin. Kevin Arna Callahan and Amy Louise Ferguson Hamilton, Plainwell, Mich. Stuart Duane Callaway and Jennifer Saxinger Hertz, Hendersonville, March 27. Peter Mark Aysha Campbell and Maytanee Michelle Smith, Gallatin, March 21. Casey Brian Chadwell and Brooke Anne Miller, White House. Sawyer Landon Civils and Elizabeth Gaytan, Portland, March 7. William Culbert Coffman and Sharron Louise Bass Lisenbee, Gallatin, March 24. Eric Howard Coons and Kimberly Rene Beasley Hastings, Castalian Springs. N elson Ramiro Cortez and Silvia Damaris Wox, Madison. David Edward Davis and Cheyenne Nicole Raines, Hendersonville, March 21. B randon Jerome Delaplane and Shelby Leigh Crofton, Hendersonville, March 13. Jason Carroll Duke and Cathy Annjanette Anderson Henson, Cottontown, March 14. Jeffrey Keith Ensminger and Jessica Rae Tackett Suddoth, Colliers, W.Va., March 7. Tyler Reed Fisher and Rachel Danielle Simpson, Gallatin, March 20. Keith Logan Foster and Alison Deann Peak, Goodlettsville. Kenneth Dan Gammon II and Allison Brooke Overbey, Hendersonville, March 14. Andre Renee Gauthier and Melissa Lynn Bullington Edwards, Hendersonville. Andrew Godwin and Vanessa Ahyin Lindor, Hendersonville, March 31. John Simpson Goolsby and Lauren Nicole Cheatham, Hendersonville. Joseph Albert Gratson and Martha Zarella Casimiro, Biloxi, Miss., March 7. T oby Andrew Grover and Amanda Louise Pitts Insco, White House, March 20. Michael Kelly Harris and Stephanie Kaye Flora Bryant, Lebanon. J effery Brian Hartman and Arienne Crawford Jones, Hendersonville. Joseph Robert Hawkins and Sarah Grace Heffernan, Castalian Springs. Nathan Charles Hoover and Rachel Rae Hackett, Hendersonville. Thomas Victor Huff Jr. and Norvella Rae Nelson Ashby, Portland. Brian Keith Johnson and Lisa Ann Fuller, Williams, Ind., March 20. Aaron Jang Kim and Jennifer Nicole Bobo Resa, Hendersonville, March 9. Anthony Joel Kittinger and Breanna Dorae Morgan, Cottontown, March 6. Christopher Shaun London and Kayla-Victoria Marie Deeter, Hendersonville, March 27. Zachary Lee Lozano and Kelsey Lynn Davis, Hendersonville, March 7. Edgardo Antonio Majano Sanchez and Gabriela Alejandra G onzalez Perez, Gallatin, March 2. Christopher Todd Martin and Christine Renee Greiner, Portland, March 2. Kenneth Ryan McKee and Leslie Ann Smith, Goodlettsville, March 14. Daniel Thomas O’Bryant and Shelly Danyele Derexson Buck, Anderson, Ind., March 7. Steven Charles Perry and Devan Nicole Stone, Portland. Rick Lavern Pettus and April Marie Wilkinson Williams, Hendersonville, March 13. William Robert Phillips and Anita Faye Stacy Pinkard, Portland, March 10. Anthony Dyllan Phillips and Jade Elizabeth Kirkman, Westmoreland. Jacob Seth Porter and Alesha Michelle Lindsey, Portland, March 25. Nicholas John Rapheal and Marguerite Uresk, Hendersonville, March 26. Steven Lynn Reeder and Jamie Carol Sullivan Keith, Portland, March 18. John David Rickard and emily Jane Reyes, Gallatin, March 27. Jesus Alberto Villaneuva Rubio and Yaneth Perez Sanchez, Madison. Michael Allen Sadler and Carla Ashley Ganders, Westmoreland, March 13. J avier Olvera Sanchez and Shannon Nichole Todd Conyer, Gallatin. Roberto Manuel Santos and Rachael Kelly Groves, Hendersonville, March 27. Rhoderris Rashad Scruggs and Anikra Shantell Robinson, Gallatin, March 25. Recardo Montez Sinkler and Sarah Elissabeth Donovan, Gallatin. James Ryan Smith and Mary Francis Shaw, Goodlettsville. Phillip Anthony Spicuzza and Joanna Lyn Spicuzza, Petal Miss., March 23. Thomas Rodrigcus Turner and Kesha Lowee Childs, Madison, March 25. William Stephen Vick and Dani Leigh Johnson, Gallatin. John Daniel Wheeler and Alyson Rae Veale, Portland. Anthony Eugene Wiggins and Stacey Renee Russell, Gallatin. Corey Denzal Williams and Lexus Shantelle Harper, Gallatin. K evin Jay Wilson and Elizabeth Marie Taylor, Gallatin, March 29. Kurt Lin Winchell and Tammy Elaine Smith, Portland. MARRIAGE LICENSES vice awards during his lifetime. In 2002, he was appointed as the state’s h istorian by Gov. Don S undquist and was reap- p ointed by Gov. Phil Bred esen in 2011. Durham was also a former president of the Gallatin Chamber of Comm erce, the Gallatin Lions C lub and the Tennessee H istorical Society. He also served as the founding president of the Tennessee Heritage Alliance, n ow known as the Tenness ee Preservation Trust. “ I’m very flattered by (the naming); that’s quite an honor,” Durham said in March 2013. “It’s kind of a s hock to me because I just never envisioned this or t hought about it.” The Durham family’s history with the original S.R. 109 bridge dates back to 1929 when Durham’s grandfather, Sen. J.T. D urham, began petitioning the General Assembly t o construct the original gateway connecting Sum- ner and Wilson counties. However, the $500,000 in s tate funds allocated for t he project were lost in 1930 during the Great Depression. “The bonds were sold, t he state raised the money a nd put it in the Bank of T ennessee,” Durham had s aid. “It was not the state’s bank and within two or three days after the deposit was made the bank w ent under and the state l ost 99 percent of the mon- e y. There was not enough money left to do anything.” The original two-lane b ridge was eventually o pened in 1954 and car- r ied traffic for 60 years before it was imploded in April 2014 following the completion of the new $ 29.5 million S.R. 109 bridge project. “ (The honorary naming) is for his grandfather, it’s for him and it’s for his family,” Haile said. “I just think that he and his family are very deserving of t his.” Reach Josh Cross at 615-5757115. DURHAM » CONTINUED FROM 1M Locals on dean’s list at U. of Memphis MEMPHIS— The following students were named to the dean’s list at the University of Memphis for the fall 2014 semester: K evin Lee of Gallatin and Dusten Jerrell, Christopher Long and Sierra Pet erson, all of Hendersonville. Local students on Samford dean’s list BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— The following area stud ents were named to the Fall 2014 dean’s list at S amford University: Gallatin: James V. Brimm, a junior history m ajor; Zachary J. Lock- w ood, a freshman computer science major; and W illiam A. Yarborough, a s enior history and religion major. H endersonville: Bethany R. Carroll, a sophomore history major; Laur en E. Cooksey, a sophomore pre-business major; Matthew C. Johnson, a senior marketing major; Betsy H. Shuttleworth,a freshman interior design major; and Katharine M. Smith, a sophomore communication sciences and disorders major. Cork, Ledford earn Samford degrees BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— The following Hendersonville students received degrees from Sam- f ord University. » Nicholas David Cork g raduated from Samford U niversity’s School of H ealth Professions. He e arned a degree in Bachelor of Science. » Kristen Nicole Led- f ord graduated from Samford University’s Ida V. M offett School of Nursing. She earned a degree i n Bachelor of Science. EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson Beach announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ashley Broyhill Beach of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to Mr. Brian Lee Brooks, also of Winston- Salem, son of Mrs. Martha Kelley Brooks of Nashville, and Mr. Philip Brian Brooks of Westwood Hills, Kansas. An August wedding is planned at Centenary United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem. Miss Beach attended the Summit School, and graduated from the Forsyth Country Day School, both in Winston-Salem, and from New York University. She earned a Masters in Business Administration from Wake Forest University and is an Assistant Vice President at Wells Fargo Bank. She is the granddaughter of Senator and Mrs. James Thomas Broyhill of Winston- Salem, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Go Beach of Madison, Wisconsin. Mr. Brooks graduated from the Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville, and the University of Oklahoma, and earned a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Oxford in England. He is an Assistant Vice President at BB&T. He is the grandson of the late Mrs. Louise Hughes Brooks of Chattanooga, and the late Mr. Bergie Bryan Brooks of Nashville, and of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Timothy Kelley of Hendersonville, Tennessee. Photo by MCG Beach, Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yon of Hendersonville, TN are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Erin, to Mason McGiboney the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud McGiboney of McMinnville, TN. Elizabeth is a graduate of Beech High School and Tennessee Tech University. She is employed by ServiceSource in Nashville. Mason is a graduate of Warren County High School and Tennessee Tech University. He is employed by UBS in Nashville. An August 2015 wedding is planned at Riverwood Mansion followed by a honeymoon to Mexico. Y on, McGiboney make a memory NEW self-serve online tool for special occasions. Order from anywhere, anytime WEDDING BIRTH ENGAGEMENT GRADUATION QUESTIONS? Call 615-259-8056.

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