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DeLaine Jacqueline Miller and Tracey Wray Buckley

DeLaine Jacqueline Miller and Tracey Wray Buckley were united in marriage on Saturday, April 14, 2012, at the Purple Iris at Hartwood Mansion in Martinsburg. The bride is the daughter of Nelson and Dorothy Kane of Bunker Hill. The groom is the son of Dolores and Donald Griffey of Woodstock. Escorted by her parents, the bride wore a silver in color lace and taffeta gown with a bolero jacket and carried a bouquet of white flowers with pearl accents. The groom wore a black three piece suit with a white rose boutonniere.

Officiant Coby Myers performed the double ring ceremony on the mansion's tented patio. Soloist was Paul Buckley of Toms Brook, brother of the groom. Readings were offered by Amanda Parsons of Bunker Hill, niece of the bride, and Mark Griffey of Woodstock, brother of the groom. The maid of honor was Selva Mick of Martinsburg, friend of the bride, who wore a black full length gown with a bouquet of white flowers. Best man was Kevin Sloane of Winchester, friend of the groom, who wore a black suit with a white rose boutonniere. Flower girl was Avery Nine, daughter of Zak Nine of Martinsburg, and ring bearer was Philip McGill, son of Barbara McGill of Gerrardstown, friends of the couple.

A luncheon buffet was held in the mansion's ballroom decorated in the wedding colors of silver, black and white, with Debbie Buckley of Toms Brook, sister-in-law of the groom, giving the blessing. Assisting with the ceremony and reception were the bride's nieces, Charlotte Parsons and Tori Kane of Bunker Hill and Jessica Dodd of Clarksburg. Photographer was Nancy Hopkins of Hagerstown and video was taken by Ryan Thomas of Dreams in Motion Media of Clarksburg. Music was provided by disc jockey Colleen Gibbons of Martinsburg. During the reception, the couple were presented with a trip to Gaitlinburg, Tennessee, by the bride's co-workers.

The bride is the Deputy Chief Probation Officer for the 23rd Judicial Circuit Probation Department in Martinsburg. The groom is employed by Purdy Brothers of Loudon, Tennessee. The couple will reside in Martinsburg.

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