Smith - Krantz

The forthcoming marriage of Kelsie Lynn Smith and Corey Houston Krantz is happily announced by her grandparents, Ken and Wilda Smith of Cheatham County.

The couple will be married on May 12, 2012, at 6 p.m. in a lakeside ceremony on Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville with Dr. Dwight Gunter officiating.

The bride is the great-granddaughter of the late Sam and Lena Bellomy of the Pikeville, Ala., area and the late Verbon and Jesse Smith of Boaz, Ala.

The groom is the son of David and Judy Krantz of Cheatham County, grandson of the late Elva and Veronia Waynick and Patricia (Earl) Durard and the late Sherman Krantz and the great-grandson of Louise Graham.

The bride is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University.

The groom is a graduate of Trevecca-Nazarene University.

Smith and Houston are taking a wedding trip to Ireland.

Upon their return, they will reside in Tennessee.


Perry - Webber

Lee and Loretta Perry of Fackler proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sheena Marie Perry to Christopher Kelly Webber, son of Randy and Linda Webber of Princeton, Alabama.

The bride-elect of at 2009 graduate of Skyline High School, 2011 Northeast Alabama Community College and is currently attending UAH College of Nursing.

The prospective bridegroom is a 2007 graduate of Paint Rock Valley High School, 2009 Northeast Alabama Community College and 2012 graduate of Athens State University. 

He is currently employed with MARS, Inc. in Huntsville.

The wedding is an event planned for Saturday, May 19, 2012 on Clemons Road in Scottsboro.

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