Jeneene Lashon Patterson of Red Springs, and Myneco Andre Daniels of Tabor City were united in marriage on Sept. 8 at 5 p.m. at Jones Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Red Springs. Elder John I. Brown Jr. officiated.
Jeneene is the daughter of Elma Patterson of Red Springs and the granddaughter of the late Gaston and Mary C. Patterson. She is a graduate of Red Springs High School and of North Carolina Central University of Durham and works as a foster care social worker with Robeson County Department of Social Services.
Myneco is the son of Barbara Daniels and Jesse Brooks both of Tabor City. Myneco is the maternal grandson to the late Cosie L. Daniels and the paternal grandson of Mary Brooks. He is a graduate of South Columbus High School and Mt. Olive College of Mt. Olive and works with Butterball, LLC of Mt. Oliver.
The matron of honor was Teeba Tah of Durham, and the bridesmaids were Latosha Smith; Amber Mitchell; Alasha Dixon; Chronical Dewitt; and Audrey Smalls. The Jr. bridesmaids were Madyson Patterson and Jarea Mack. The flower girl was Marcia Mack.
The best man was Chris Dewitt of Maryland, and the groomsmen were Jamie Patterson; Kristopher McClellan; Davie Daniels and Adrian Dewitt.
The ring bearer was Master Shawney Johnson and the town yeller was Master John Powell.
The hostesses were Becky Brown of Raeford and Davita Cannon of Red Springs.
Live music for the wedding was provided by The Kingdom Builders of Goldsboro. A reception followed at The Highlands’ of Laurinburg. Dinner by catered A & E Catering of Proctorville. Flowers and church decorations were provided by Special Moments of St. Pauls, and Flowers by Dallas of Red Springs. The photographers were provided by George Joell 3 Photography of Fayetteville. The videographer was provided by Erwin Graham of Red Springs. The D.J. for the reception was provided by D.J. Spiderman of Lumberton.
The couple honeymooned at Freeport and Nassau Bahamas for a week.
Kimberly Anne Rogers and Eric Wesley Rogers, both of Lumberton, were married on Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Luther Britt Park Beach House.
The bride is the daughter of Nina Hardee Hathorne of Lumberton, and the granddaughter of the late James Conley Hardee and the late Dila June Hardee, also of Lumberton. She attended Lumberton Senior High and works for Corney Transportation Inc.
The groom is the son of Wesley and Cheryl Rogers of Lumberton, and the grandson of the late Russell and Kathleen Rogers of Lumberton and the late Lonnie and Ruby Huggins of Rowland. He attended Lumberton Senior High School and works for Corney Transportation Inc.
The matron of honor was Lindsey Nicole Britt, and the bridesmaids were Caleigh Brianna Britt, Amber Nicole Britt and Brooke Rogers.
The best man was Wesley Rogers, and the groomsmen were Christopher Lee Rogers, Jacob Keaton Lane and Jamison Kaleb Rogers.
The flower girl was Chloe MaKayla Rogers, and the ring bearer was Christopher Caleb Britt.
Music was provided by Christopher Britt.
Nina Hardee Hathorne was the wedding director.
A reception was hosted by Nina Hardee Hathorne and held on the deck of Luther Britt Park Beach House.
A shower was hosted by Cheryl Rogers and the ladies of the church at the Luther Britt Park Beach House on Sept. 9.
Following a trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., the couple will reside in Lumberton.
Kristin Fence Sealey and Leonard A. Hughes IV, both of Orrum, were married at Bethesda United Methodist Church on Nov. 10 in Orrum. The Revs. Ronald Hughes and Brian Perry officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Brent and Donna Sealey of Orrum, and the granddaughter of Betty Prevatte and the late Slick Prevatte, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sealey. She attended Fairmont High School and Bladen Community College and works for the Brunswick County EMS.
The groom is the son of Len and Greta Hughes of Orrum, and the grandson of Joann Hughes and the late Leonard A. Hughes II, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Floyd. He attended Fairmont High School and Sandhills Community College and works for the Fairmont Department of Public Safety.
The maid of honor was Alyssa Junglas, and the bridesmaids were Kaitlyn Brooks, Amy Ammons, Leanna Hunt and Ashley Grier.
The best man was Len Hughes, and the groomsmen were Chris Hughes, Sam Hughes, Tommy Walters, Thomas Brewer and Justin Sealey.
The flower girl was Kadie Brewer, and the ring bearer was Caleb McDaniel.
Music was provided by soloist Jessica Leonard. The wedding director was Louise Grier.
The rehearsal dinner was held at the home of Bob and Susan Lennon of Orrum and hosted by the groom’s parents.
A reception was held at the Fellowship Hall at Bethesda United Methodist Church and hosted by the parents of the bride.
A bridal shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ford and hosted by Louise Grier.
Following a trip to the Bahamas, the couple will reside in Orrum.
Janet Michelle Lowry of Maxton and Philip Craig Locklear of Little Rock, S.C., were married on Dec. 2 at 4 p.m. at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Pembroke. Pastor Scottie Deal officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Michelle and Anthony Lowry of Maxton, and the granddaughter of the late Janet and Clyde Edwards and Betty Jane Locklear, all of Pembroke. She attended Purnell Swett High School and is a homemaker.
The groom is the son of Norma Locklear of Little Rock, S.C., and the grandson of the late Addie Mae Hunt and Lee Locklear. He attended Dillon High School in Dillon, S.C., and works for Z V Pate, Inc.
The maid of honor was Chante Nicole Lowry of Maxton, and the bridesmaids were Katelyn Brooke Locklear and Jacquelyn Dubois, both of Maxton.
The junior bridesmaid was Aerial Allie of Maxton, and the miniature bride was Harmony Lynn Locklear, Maxton.
The baby bride was Kayley Mariah Lewis of Maxton.
The best man was Bradford Locklear of Bennettesville, S.C., and the groomsment were Kelly Jacobs Jr. of Maxton, and Brandon Locklear of Little Rock, S.C.
The ushers were James Locklear and Kelly Jacobs, both of Maxton.
The flower girl was Ameila Allie, and the ring bearer was Johnathan Boyd Lewis, both of Maxton.
Music was provided by the church
The wedding director was Sue Ann Locklear of Maxton, and the photographer was Heather Locklear.
A reception was hosted by the bride, groom and family and catered by Paula Teets.
The couple resides in Maxton.