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Eskew, Clarke wed
Lauren Suzanne Eskew and Brandon Carey Clarke joined in Holy Matrimony during a Saturday, Sept. 29, ceremony held at Central Baptist Church of Bearden.

The Rev. Mark Moreland officiated the cermony.

The bride’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Webb Clinton Eskew Jr. of Knoxville. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Virginia Turbyville and the late Mr. Guy William Turbyville of Knoxville and the late Mr. and Mrs. Webb. C. Eskew of Columbia.

A 1998 graduate of Farragut High School, she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in psychology, with a minor in communications, from the Metropolitan State College of Denver in 2004. She is currently employed as community director for the Arthritis Foundation of East Tennessee.

The groom’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Carey Clarke of Knoxville. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Brandon of Springfield and the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Clarke Sr. of West Palm Beach, Fla.

A 1997 graduate of Farragut High School, he received a Bachelor of Business Admini-stration Degree from the University of Mississippi in 2001. He is currently employed as vice president of the John Bailey Company.

Maid of Honor was Elizabeth Brower of Jackson. Best Man was the Groom’s father, John Carey Clarke.

The bride’s wedding party members were Amanda Keller Arms of Knoxville, Meg Pattison brown of New York, N.Y., Stephanie Maynard Buckner of Santa Rosa, Fla., Jean Elizabeth Clarke, Leigh Anne Holloway and Mary Jess Murrel, all of Knoxville, Megan Payne Prichard of Memphis and Ashley Richards Swor of Knoxville.

The groom’s wedding party members were Webb Clinton “Chip” Eskew, III of Knoxville, Guy Glorioso of Charlotte, N.C., Ryan Jones of Knoxville, Jared Kobbs of Madison, Miss., Bryan Paylor of Charleston, S.C., Casey Peters of Knoxville, Adam Silber of Murfreesboro and Robert Tatum Jr. of Hattisburg, Miss.

Ring Bearer was Alston Aron of Nashville.

Following a honeymoon to St. Lucia, the couple resides in Knoxville.


Joseph, Maffei wed
Jennifer Diana Joseph and James Patrick Norman Maffei were joined in Holy Matrimony during a Saturday, July 14, 2007 ceremony held at Rocky Hill Baptist Church.

The Rev. David Mowery officiated the ceremony.

The bride’s parents are Tony and Joyce Joseph. She is the granddaughter of Mozelle and the late Cletis Wells, and Bob and Cleo Joseph, all of Knoxville.

A 2000 graduate of Farragut High School, she received Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Spanish and in international business from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She is currently completing an internship with Target pharmacy while attending The University of Tennessee, Memphis College of Pharmacy.

The groom’s parents are James and Patty Jardet and the late James Christopher Maffei. He is the grandson of Norman Maffei of Franklinville, N.Y., Faye Rzucek of Salamanca, and Jim and Dottie Jardet of Knoxville. He also is the nephew of Sue and Al Lockwood of Franklinville.

A 2002 graduate of Farragut High School, he attended The University of Tennessee, Knoxville and is currently a student of The University of Tennessee, Memphis, majoring in geography and history.

Maid of Honor was Sarah Coble of Knoxville. Best Man was Curtis Maffei of Knoxville.

The brides wedding party members were Christina Dockins, Lindsay Dubey and Hannah Raines, all of Knoxville.

The groom’s wedding party members were Mike Mohr, David Bright and Adam Chan, all of Knoxville.

After a honeymoon to Gatlinburg, the couple resides in Memphis.


birth notices
Baptist Hospital for Women announces:

• Rebecca and Stephen Vail, Knoxville, a boy, Nathan Graham

• Ellen and Justin Phillips, Knoxville, a girl, Haley Julianne

Parkwest Medical Center announces:

• Parkwest Medical Center did not submit birth records this week.




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