Weddings for Feb. 8

February 08, 2004


Lauren Elizabeth Steer and Justin Eugene Curtis were married Dec. 20 at Burgin Christian Church by the Rev. Jeannette Lucas.

Jessica McCray of Bowling Green served as maid of honor. Lucy Cooper Steer of Harrodsburg, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Emma Royal Snyder of Batavia, Ohio, and Emma Steer of Louisville, were flowergirls.

Mark Berg of Jackson, Tenn., was best man. Groomsmen were Bruce Smith of Jackson, Tenn., John Ryan Steer of Harrodsburg, brother of the bride, and John Dennis Steer of Louisville.

John Sawyer Curtis of Waverly, Tenn., brother of the groom, and John Logan Price of Lexington were ringbearers.

A reception was held at Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill.

The bride is the daughter of Kevin and Emily Steer of Harrodsburg. She is a 2003 graduate of Burgin Independent School and enrolled at Pikes Peak Community College pursuing a degree in elementary education.


The groom is the son of Avon and Susan Curtis of Waverly, Tenn. He is a 2002 graduate of Waverly High School, Waverly, Tenn., and is a private first-class with the 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment, stationed at Fort Carson.

They live in Colorado Springs, Colo.


Emily Fields Wheat and Patrick Jeffrey Maynard were married Oct. 4 at The Presbyterian Church by the Revs. Thomas K. Farmer and Rollin Tarter.

Darby Russell of Chicago served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Grey Hynson of Cincinnati, Elizabeth Liebschutz of Chicago, Erin Maynard of Columbus, Ohio, sister of the groom, Kristen Gentry Story of Hustonville, Lori Thompson of New York, New York, Miekevan Leeuwe of Atlanta and Mary Elizabeth Veal of Nashville.

Philip "P.J." Glandon Jr. of Cincinnati was best man. Groomsmen were Alex Krimm of Los Angeles, Christopher Maynard of Athens, Ohio, brother of the groom, Michael Romney of Phoenix, Ariz., Matthew Wheat of Nashville, Tenn., and Micah Wheat of Black Mountain, N.C., both brothers of the bride.

After a reception at Pioneer Playhouse, the couple made a wedding trip to Delray Beach, Fla.

The bride is the daughter of Deborah Wheat of LaGrange and the late Rev. Robert E. Wheat. She is a 1996 graduate of Danville High School, earned a bachelor's degree in 2000 from Hollins University and is earning a master's degree at The Bard Graduate Center for Decorator Arts, Design and Culture in New York. She is a jewelry designer for Elva Fields: Delightful Adornment and a gallery assistant for Runako Gallery in Louisville.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Maynard of Columbus, Ohio. He is a 1995 graduate of Upper Arlington High School, earned his bachelor's degree in 1999 at Arizona State University, and is working on his master's degree at University of Northern Colorado. He is employed by Oldham County Public Schools.

They live in Louisville.


Melodie Dawn Bingham and Christopher Owen Slone were married Oct. 18 at Magnolia Street Christian Church in Harrodsburg by Jesse Adkinson.

Renee Martin of Ohio, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor, and Macy Bingham of Pineville, brother of the bride, was bridesmaid. Kylie Martin of Ohio was flowergirl.

John-Erik Slone of Harrodsburg was best man and Johnnie O. Slone of Harrodsburg, father of the groom, was groomsman.

A reception was held at Lynne's Little Acres.

The bride is the daughter of Billy F. and Judy C. Bingham of Pineville. She graduated in 2000 from Eastern Kentucky University and is school psychologist in Boyle County schools.

The groom is the son of Johnnie O. Slone and Lynne C. Slone, both of Harrodsburg. He graduated in 2001 from EKU with a bachelor's degree in education and is social studies teacher and football coach at Boyle County Middle School. He also has been a National Guard member for 12 years.

They live in Paint Lick.

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