October 2, 2016
Mollye Crowell and Glenn M. Spitler III were married March 19, 2016, at 5 p.m. at Downtown Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina, with Brian Habig officiating. The bride is the daughter of John and Carol Crowell of Columbus, and Mary Ann and Shelton Sanford of Greenville, South Carolina. She is the granddaughter of the late Lamar and Marnelle Embry of Rock Hill, South Carolina, and the late George and Louise Crowell of Marked Tree, Arkansas. She was given in marriage by her father. The bride wore a champagne-colored gown with a V-neck, cap-sleeved French alencon lace bodice. The skirt was a silk dupioni with double box pleats and a cathedral train. She wore a simple, cathedral-length veil. Megan Kane Cosgrove of Greenville, South Caroline, and Allison Denton McMeans of Trouvtville, Virginia, served as matrons of honor. Bridesmaids were Brittany Elizabeth Aills of Greenville, South Carolina; Elizabeth Lanier Spitler, sister of the groom, of Alexandria, Virginia; Jennie Williams Blount of Irmo, South Carolina; and Katie Myers Pfrommer of Columbia, South Carolina. The matrons of honor wore beaded dresses of neutral shades. Bridesmaids wore a variety of dress styles in neutral hues. The groom is the son of Glenn and Ann Spitler of Alexandria, Virginia. Glenn M. Spitler Jr., father of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Kenneth Bledsoe Cosgrove and Kevin Charles Jenko, both of Greenville, South Carolina; Aaron Frederick Marquardt of Alexandria; Patrick David Marquardt of Washington, D.C.; Reid Perry Swayze of Annapolis, Maryland; James Edwin Minogue of New York City, New York; and Kevin Scott Bailey of Richmond, Virginia. Following a wedding trip to the Dominican Republic, the couple resides in Greenville, South Carolina, where the bride works in art education and the groom is an attorney.
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