Lynch, Curlee marry in outdoor ceremony
GREENVILLE – Jennifer Leigh Lynch and Tyler Addison Curlee, both of Greenville, exchanged wedding vows during a 5 p.m. outdoor ceremony on Saturday, September 18 at Rock Springs Center in Greenville.
The bride is the daughter of Buddy and Janet Lynch of Ahoskie. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Ray Newbern and the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lee Lynch.
The groom is the son of Cecil and Tamy Curlee of Norwood, NC. He is the grandson of Mrs. Doris Curlee and the late Mr. James Curlee and Mrs. Anne Allen and the late Mr. Robert Allen.
The Reverend Joseph Cox of Greenville performed the nuptial ceremony. Spencer Mary Bakalar and Madison Owen Bakalar, violinists, of Raleigh provided wedding music. Scripture was read by Shannon Marie Vaughn.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father.
Mrs. Tanya Tucker Bailey of Raleigh was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Taylor Lies Terry of Aulander, Brandi Johnson Lynch of Colerain, Katie Rebecca Mangum of Raleigh, Kelly Elizabeth Floyd of Lumberton, Anne McKenzie Hopkins of Zebulon and Stephanie Sue Spencer of Wilmington.
Karlee Virginia Lynch of Colerain, niece of the bride, and Ansley Rhea Howell of Como, cousin of the bride, served as flower girls.
Cecil Curlee served as his son’s best man. Groomsmen were Jordan Clark Curlee of Norwood, Gregory Newbern Lynch of Colerain, Mark Anthony Lisk of Norwood, Thomas Bab Furr of Norwood, Jason David Bright of Charlotte, and Nathan Cole Ussery of Norwood.
The bride is a 2007 graduate of East Carolina University with a bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Services. She is currently employed as a Case Manager with A Small Miracle in Greenville.
The groom is a 2005 graduate of North Carolina State University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. He is currently employed with Robinson and Associates in Greenville as a Financial Planner.
Hosted by the parents of the bride, the wedding reception was held at Rocks Springs Center. Entertainment was provided by The Band of Oz and Jay Jenkins of Woodland as DJ.
Following a honeymoon to Jamaica the couple is residing in Winterville, NC.