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Shelly Stokely, Kevin Przewrocki wed in May rite
Shelly Kay Stokely of Lenoir City and Kevin John Przewrocki of Menominee, Mich., were married Saturday, May 6, at the Stokely Chapel in Newport. U.S. Air Force Chaplain Lt. Col. David Pena officiated.

The bride, daughter of Kay and William B. Stokely III of Lenoir City, is the granddaughter of Mrs. Frank Haslett of Knoxville and the late Mr. Haslett. A 1990 Webb School of Knoxville graduate, she received a degree in hotel and restaurant management in 1995 from Berry College in Rome, Ga. She is property and project manager with the Stokely Company.

The groom, son of Antone and Joan Przewrocki of Menominee, Mich., is a 1987 graduate of Menominee High School. A 1993 graduate of Ferris State University, he has a marketing dehree and received a master’s in education from Tusculum College. He is a U.S. Air Force training manager.

Matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Stacy Byerly of Tampa, Fla. Flower girls were Savannah Stokely of Knoxville and Katlyn Przewrocki of Menominee.

Best man was Joe Brosig of Marinette, Wis. Luke Byerly of Tampa was ring bearer. William B. Stokely V of Knoxville was junior groomsman.

After a cruise in the Caribbean, the couple will reside in Knoxville.

Godfrey, Warner say vows in Logan, Utah
Michelle Godfrey and Patrick L. Warner were married Thursday, June 22, in the Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Logan, Utah.

The bride is the daughter of Ron and Marie Godfrey of Knoxville. The groom is the son of William and Rosalyn Warner of Mountain Green, Utah.

Bridesmaids were the bride’s sisters, Sarah Godfrey of Farragut, Kristen Anderson and Rebecca Godfrey, both of Logan, and the groom’s sister, Hilary Robison of Providence, Utah.

Groomsmen were the groom’s brothers, Cameron and Sean Warner of Mountain Green; brothers-in-law Scott Anderson of Logan, Mark Robison of Providence, Utah, and the bride’s brother, Brian Godfrey of Farragut.

Michelle, a graduate of Ashwaubenon High School in Green Bay, Wis., received her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 2003 and completed her master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at Utah State University in 2005. She is a speech therapist for the Cache County School District.

Patrick, a Morgan High School graduate, served a two-year Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints mission in Mexico. He attended Weber State and Utah State Universities and will complete an electrical engineering degree in December. He is employed at Inovar.

After a honeymoon trip to Southern California, the couple will reside in North Logan, Utah.

Baptist Hospital for Women announces:

• Mark and Arlene Driver, Knox County, a boy, Connell Patrick

Parkwest Medical Center announces:

• Juventino Guerrero Jr. and Maria Guadalupe Hernandez, Lenoir City, Rolando Guerrero

• Christian and Jennifer Fraker, Lenoir City, a boy, Christian Robert

• Morgan and Jenny Blair, Madisonville, a boy, Liam Jude

• Benji and Tasha Bailey, Knoxville, a boy, Cooper Benjamin

• Ryan and Lillian Prince, Knoxville, a girl, Ella Reese

• Richard Tuohy and Candice Silvey, Kingston, a boy, Gaven Richard

• Sonny and Kristina Rutherford, Rutledge, a boy, Hunter Lee

• Ed and Kim Pasto, Knoxville, a boy, Michael Vincent

• Nathan and Amanda Ashton, Knoxville, Micaiah Kendi

• George and Brandy Belicek, Kingston, a girl, Rylee Erin

• Aaron and Elissa Hurd, Knoxville, a boy, Aaron Lucas

• Benjamin and Emily Medley, Clinton, a boy, Luke Everette

• Duane and Sharon Banks, Knoxville, a boy, Duane Thomas Banks Jr

• Vince and Amanda Gray, Sweetwater, a boy, Briar Mason

• Robert Davis and Amy Cox, Lenoir City, a girl, Katilynn Brooke

• William and Kimberly Wilson, Luttrell, a boy, Nicholas Barron

• Kirk and Erin Riden, Knoxville, a boy, Elliot Wesley

• J.D. and Christy Guitard, Knoxville, a girl, Emma Noelle

• Jason and Danielle Voyles, Knoxville, a girl, Lilith Jane

• Jeremy and Misty Black, Farragut, a boy, Branson Conner

• Charles and Jennifer Dykes, Knoxville, a boy, Ethan Owen

• Timothy and Marla Finnegan, Lenoir City, a boy, Luke Phillips

• Bobby Fuson II and Ashleigh Hartman, Knoxville, a boy, Carter Edwin

Bryant, Tenery wed in April
Kaitlin Elizabeth Bryant and Joshua Ryan Tenery were married Saturday, April 15, at Ashland Manor in Watkinsville, Ga. Grant Standefer officiated.

The bride, daughter of Bill and Kathy Bryant of Knoxville, is the granddaughter of Henry and Sibbie Byrd of Bassett, Va., and Earnestine Cox of Birmingham.

A 2002 Farragut High School graduate, she received a degree in Journalism and Public Relations in 1999 from the University of Georgia. She is a community relations specialist for Cobb Energy Management Corp. in Georgia.

The groom, the son of Dennis and Allene Tenery of Marietta, Ga., is the grandson of Pauline Pelton of Marietta. A 1995 Harrison High School graduate, he received a degree in Speech Communication and Bible from David Lipscomb University. He is worship minister at Gracepointe Community Church in Marietta.

Katie Phillips of Knoxville was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Avery Hardman of San Antonio, Texas, Katie Tenery of Nashville, Melissa McGee of Sardis, Ga., Amy Venable of Lilburn, Ga., and Laura Henry and Emily Rea of Knoxville.

Best Man was Luke Tenery of Chicago. Groomsmen were Chris Kirby of Athens, Ala., Wes Bender of Alpharetta, Ga., Erik Luchauer of Knoxville, Joe McKamey of Manchester and Jared Bryant of Knoxville, honorary groomsman. Cameron Parham of Knoxville was flower girl.

After a Caribbean cruise, the couple resides in Marietta.

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