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Crowley-Kilgore Wedding

Mr. and Mrs. David T. Crowley of Peachtree City, announce the marriage of their daughter, Natalie Michelle Crowley, to Dr. James Marvin Kilgore, son of Mrs. Dorothy C. Tangren of Athens, Ga., and Mr. Samuel E. Kilgore of Greensboro. The double ring ceremony was held Saturday, May 15, 2010, at Athens First United Methodist Church in Athens. The Rev. Clay Jacobs officiated.

The bride, escorted by her father, wore a floor length ivory satin gown with pleated front and lace up back with a ruched and gathered, bustle skirt and chapel train. The shoulder length veil was trimmed with silver tatted lace. She carried a bouquet of roses, hydrangeas, peonies, mini calla lilies and hypericum berries .

Lindsay Brewer, Pana Ninan, and Shari Rosario served as honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Betsy Beach and Colleen Farrell. Junior bridesmaids were Alana Kilgore and Ashley Kilgore. Flower girl was Kayleigh Kilgore.

Jennings Kilgore served as best man. Groomsmen were Clint Crowley, Jackson Kilgore, Matthew Roper, Michael Griffin, Samuel Kilgore and Travis VanEldik. The ring bearer was Brady Kilgore.

The bride is a 2002 graduate of McIntosh High School and a 2006 graduate of The University of Georgia with a degree in communications.

The groom is a 1996 graduate of Oglethorpe County High School and a 2007 graduate of The University of Georgia School of Pharmacy.

Following the ceremony, a dinner dance reception was held in the Magnolia Ballroom at The University of Georgia Conference Center. The newlyweds honeymooned on a Caribbean cruise and now reside in Atlanta.


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