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Dellinger-Keeton

Brandi Leigh Dellinger and Aaron Carlos Keeton were married June 13 at the Wakeman's Grove Church of the Brethren at Edinburg.

The bride is the daughter of Richard and Debbie Dellinger of Edinburg. The groom is the son of Daniel and Delcie Keeton of Beckley, W.Va.

The Revs. John Taylor and Hardy Lutz performed the double-ring ceremony. Adam Hockman was the pianist and Randy Whetzel soloist and guitarist.

Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a sleeveless empire-waist satin gown with pearls and crystals, a sheer chiffon overlay at the top and shoulders, a chapel train and a fingertip floral beading veil. She carried a cascading bouquet of green, purple and yellow wildflowers.

The matron of honor was Abby Tusing of Woodstock, sister of the bride. She wore a clover green floor-length gown and carried an arm bouquet of wildflowers.

The maid of honor was Lorrie Tubaugh of Edinburg. She wore a clover green tea-length dress and carried an arm bouquet of wildflowers.

Bridesmaids were Elena Green of Edinburg, Katie Grimes of Fulks Run and Karri Putnam of Strasburg. They wore different styled clover green dresses and carried bouquets identical to the honor attendants'.

The best man was Brent Green of Edinburg. Groomsmen were Tony Keeton of West Virginia and Danny Keeton of Ohio, brothers of the groom, and Donnie Allen and Ray Smoot, both of West Virginia. Ushers were Chris Allwine of Edinburg, Zachary Corona of Maurertown and Jason Offman of Richmond, cousins of the bride.

The flower girl was Haleigh Jo Myrtle, cousin of the bride. Ring bearers were Benjamin and Landon Keeton, nephews of the groom, and Gavin Putnam.

A reception followed at the Conicville Fire Hall.

Prenuptial entertainment included a bridal shower given by the bride's aunts and attendants.

The bride, a 2002 graduate of Central High School, is employed by Glaize Components in Winchester.

The groom, a 1997 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, is employed by Trumbo Electric.

Following a wedding trip to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., the couple are living in Edinburg.

Mingle-Carter

Kimberly Mingle and John Carter were married June 10 at the Shenandoah River State Park at Bentonville.

The bride is the daughter of Betty Perkins of Clarkston, Wash., and Ronald Mingle of Michigan. The groom is the son of Arthur and Avis Carter of South Yarmouth, Mass.
George Cleveland performed the double-ring ceremony.

The bride was given in marriage by her stepfather, John Perkins of Alexandria.

The matron of honor was Linda Cox of Basye, aunt of the bride.

Ed Cox of Basye, uncle of the bride, was the best man.

The ring bearer was Miranda Carter, daughter of the groom.

The bride, who earned a master's degree in social work from Walla Walla University, works with adults with developmental disabilities.

The groom, a graduate of Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, works in sales.

The couple will live in Warren County.

Sager-Petrolino

Ashley Sager and John Petrolino were married May 24 at the Fort Valley Nursery in Woodstock.

The bride is the daughter of Don and Bonnie Sager of Maurertown. The groom is the son of Judy Williams of Charles Town, W.Va.

The Rev. David Casto performed the double-ring ceremony.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's off-white India gauze gown and a single daisy comb. She carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies.

The maid of honor was Susan Plum of Toms Brook.

The best man was John Petrolino of New Jersey, brother of the groom. Ushers were Brian Andrews of Winchester and Branson Sager of Toms Brook, brother of the bride.

The junior bridesmaid was Caight Sager, niece of the bride. The flower girl was Cora-Anne Sager, niece of the bride.

A reception followed.

Prenuptial entertainment included a miscellaneous shower given by Cindy Wright and Bobbie Ritenour.

The bride, a 2003 graduate of Strasburg High School and a 2008 graduate of Shenandoah University, is a respiratory therapist at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Md.

The groom is a systems engineer analyst for Granetworks Inc. in Ashburn.

Following a wedding trip to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, the couple are living in Charles Town.

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