December 13, 2009
Sarah Beth Perrigin of Dickson, Tenn., and Phillip Cleveland Martin of McEwen, Tenn., were married June 20, 2009, at Jason Chapel Church of the Nazarene in Dickson, with Minister Glen Oglesby and Bro. Jim Suddath officiating. The bride is the daughter of James E. and Barbara Perrigin of Columbus. She is the granddaughter of the late W.E. Perrigin of Columbus, the late Eloise Richardson Perrigin of Columbus, the late Nellie Todd Hizer of Brooksville, and the late Archie and Margaret Triplett Todd of Brooksville. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride wore a Casablanca Collection champagne strapless gown, which displayed a sweetheart neckline in front and a more dramatic sweetheart on the back outlining delicate silk organza roucha. Embroidery and lace beadwork adorned the bodice and hemline. Swarorski crystals aligned the length of the chapel train. Mary Hunt of Dickson and Whitney Buckelew of Paris, Tenn., served as matrons of honor. Leslie Parrish of Nashville, Tenn., served as maid of honor. Julie Perrigin of Dickson and Lydia Stokes, sister of the groom, of McEwen, served as bridesmaids. The attendants wore B2 Jasmine expresso chiffon knee-length dresses. Sophie Perrigin and Kenna Buckelew served as flower girls. The groom is the son of Jerry and Kathy Martin of McEwen. He is the grandson of Louise Fuqua of McEwen, the late Millard Cleveland Fuqua, Alene Martin and Edsel Ford Martin, all of McEwen. Jared Smith of McEwen served as best man. Josh Parrish of Nashville, Ricky Crump, Michael Howell and Cale Gill, all of McEwen, served as groomsmen. J.T. Perrigin and Mason Stokes served as ring bearers. After a trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, the couple resides in McEwen. The bride is a special education teacher at Waverly-Central High School, and the groom is owner of Martin Lawn Care and AUO at TVA.
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