Almy and Johnson Exchange Vows
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Jeri Lynn Almy and Brian Johnson
Jeri Lynn Almy and Brian Johnson
On Saturday, September 9, 2006, at 6:30 p.m., Jeri Lynn Almy and Brian Johnson exchanged their wedding vows at the Second Baptist Church in Hopkinsville.

Revs. Jamus Edwards of Louisville and Nick Sandefur of Hopkinsville officiated at the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Sarah Almy of Hopkinsville.

Grandparents of the bride are the late Charles and Bertha Bealmear of Princeton, and the late Ernest and Sue Almy of Hopkinsville.

The groom is the son of Corky and Lanie Johnson of Cadiz.

Grandparents of the groom are Norris and Cora Mitchell, and the late T.F. and Stella Johnson, all of Cadiz.

The bride chose Meredith Orten of Anderson, S.C. to serve as her Maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Tiffany Ervin of Hopkinsville, Carey Johnson of Jacksonville, Fla., Ally Kelther, Christy Wood, Amy Padgett, and Tonya Cook, all of Bowling Green.

The groom chose his brother, Patrick Johnson of Jacksonville, Fla. to serve as his Best Man. Groomsmen were Drew Almy, brother of the bride, Matt Holland and Thomas Stallons, both of Lexington, Lee Ervin of Hopkinsville, Robert Kirby of Marion, and Jonathan Cochran of Belfry.

Music was provided by Erin McBride of Bowling Green, pianist; Charles Jackson of Hopkinsville, organist and violinist; Lana Groves of Nashville, Tenn., soloist; Catherine DeMoss of Hopkinsville, pianist; and Jarea Meriwether of Hopkinsville, soloist. Songs included The Prayer, You Raise Me Up, When God Made You, and Ariogo.

The groom’s cousins, Julia Freeman of Bowling Green and Elizabeth Mitchell of Hendersonville, Tenn., served as Flower Girls.

Ring Bearers were the bride’s cousin, Nicholas Sanchez of Marengo, Ill., and the groom’s cousin, Elizabeth Mitchell of Hendersonville, Tenn.

The Guest Register was attended and Programs handed out by Lindsey Hunter of Hopkinsville, Ashlea Hunter of Bowling Green, Paige Dunning of Mayfield, Courtlyn Hurt of Bowling Green, and Emma Naper of Bowling Green.

Casey Jo Finchum of Hopkinsville served as Wedding Coordinator.

Nancy Deel of Wet Dog Studio made the Bridal Bouquet.

The groom’s parents provided a rehearsal dinner at Oakland Manor.

A reception was held at the church following the ceremony, hosted by the parents of the bride.

Diane Samples of Hopkinsville made both the bride’s cake and the groom’s cake.

Diane Light and Karen Allen, both of Cadiz, assisted with the reception.

Following a honeymoon trip to Rivera Maya in Cancun, Mexico, the couple is making their home in Lexington.
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