Brincefield - Oliver Wedding

  • Posted: Friday, December 28, 2012 10:38 a.m.

Stephanie Michele Brincefield and Morgan Matthew Murphree Oliver, both of Dallas, Texas, were united in marriage November 10, 2012 at First United Methodist Church in Salisbury. The evening candlelight ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Larry Bolick. A reception followed at historic Salisbury Depot.

The bride was escorted by her father and attended by Brandy Albracht Rider as matron of honor. Her bridesmaids included Jessica Eaton Goodman, Erika Turner Lamble, Jennifer Elizabeth Brincefield, Aaron Harris Ashley, Kristen Davis Williams, Joan Elizabeth Bolick and Erica Lynn Felthaus.

Robert Evan Wilce stood as best man. Groomsmen included Thomas Scott Hensby, Joseph Harrison Rider, brother of the bride Robert Adger Lamble, Daniel Ryan Strosnider, Jordan Nelms, Benjamin Todd Peele, Joseph Lynn Brown and Matthew Ryan Kirkendall.

Music was provided by soloists uncle of the bride John Brincefield and Debra Hubbard-Pastore; violinist Greg Pannell; and organist Matthew Brown. Program attendants were Whitney Clay Bertram and Laura Nicole Cox. Readers were Katherine Greene Senko and Sarah Anne Bergthold.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Michael and Michele Graham Brincefield of Salisbury and granddaughter of William Leon and Doris Jones Graham of Tampa, Florida, and the late William Coleman and Vivian Roueche Brincefield. A 2001 graduate of Salisbury High School, Stephanie graduated with honors from East Carolina University in 2005 receiving bachelorŐs degrees in communication and psychology. She is an account supervisor for The Loomis Agency in Dallas.

The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Billy Lee and Michelle Murphree Oliver of Cary and the grandson of the late William Newton and Hester Sizemore Murphree Jr., and the late Jackson Lee and Betty Banton Oliver. A 2001 graduate of Athens Drive High School, Morgan received a bachelorŐs degree in Hospitality Management from East Carolina University in 2006. He is an executive chef for The Omni Hotel and Resorts in Dallas.

Following a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple are making their home in Dallas.

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