Ashton Funkhouser, of Edinburg, and Jeff Anway, of Roanoke, were married Aug. 2 at Wakeman’s Grove Church of the Brethern in Edinburg.
Funkhouser is the daughter of Kelley and Weldon Funkhouser, of Edinburg, and the granddaughter of Betty and Jerry Lambert, of Edinburg, and Audrey and the late Quay Funkhouser, of Edinburg. Anway is the son of Al and Vickie Anway, of Roanoke. Pastor Todd Crowder performed the double-ring ceremony.
The maid of honor was Jamie Clift, of King George, a friend of the bride and groom. Bridesmaids were Brandy Clark, of Woodstock, and Anna Elzey, of Charlottesville, both friends of the bride.
The best man was Chris Thatcher, of Warrenton, a friend of the bride and groom. Groomsmen were Doug Anway, of Roanoke, brother of the groom, and Joel McFarland, of Roanoke, cousin of the groom.
Flower girls were Lilah Wilkins, of Edinburg, cousin of the bride, and Waverly and Linley Milliman, of Fairport, New York, both cousins of the bride.
A reception followed at the Woodstock American Legion.
The bride is a graduate of Central High School. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Longwood University. The groom is employed as a software engineer in Blacksburg. The bride is enrolled in the online Library and Information Science master’s program at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. The couple reside in Christiansburg.