Warmack, Stamatovich wed at Rich Square Methodist
RICH SQUARE – Caroline Vann Warmack and Petar Bojan Stamatovich, both of Charlotte, were married during a 5:30 p.m. ceremony on August 3, 2013 at Rich Square United Methodist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William George Warmack of Rich Square. The groom is the son of Dr. Boyana and Mr. Zoran Dragomir Stamatovich of Charlotte.
The Rev. Robert Vernon Rogers of Rich Square performed the ceremony.
Mistresses of Ceremony were Jayne Brown Everett and Mary Hall Kitchin, both of Scotland Neck.
Violin music was presented by Mamie Dixon of Greenville, with the Carolina Chamber Players.
The bride was given in marriage by her father.
Matrons of Honor were Lindy Warmack Kitchin of Scotland Neck, and Angela Warmack Terry of Rich Square, both sisters of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Miss Kathryn Allred, Miss Theadora Mastromichalis, Miss Kourtney Thompson, and Mrs. Robert Willard. Junior Bridesmaids were Miss Deborah Hall Kitchin and Miss Sarah Law Kitchin, both of Scotland Neck.
Miss Jayme Kitchin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson Kitchin of Scotland Neck, and Miss Isabella Terry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Terry of Rich Square, served as the flower girls.
Mr. Aleksandar Stamatovich and Mr. Marko Stamatovich, brothers of the groom and both of Charlotte, served as the Best Man.
Ushers were Mr. William Christy, Mr. John Maheras, Mr. David Reynolds, Mr. David Teague, Mr. Noah Zacharko, and Mr. Joshua Zukerman.
The reception was held at Chockoyotte Country Club in Weldon. Music was by the North Tower Band.
Following a wedding trip to the Dominican Republic, the couple will make their home in Charlotte.
The bride is a graduate of Northeast Academy and East Carolina University with a BS in Elementary Education. She currently teaches Kindergarten at Dilworth Elementary School in Charlotte.
The groom is a graduate of Myers Park High School in Charlotte and East Carolina University with a BS in Communications. He is currently employed with Sonoco Corporation.