Stafford ~ Parris

  • Posted: Sunday, June 16, 2013 12:01 a.m.
Molly C. Stafford and Jeremy L. Parris
Molly C. Stafford and Jeremy L. Parris

FORT MILL, S.C. - Miss Molly Caldwell Stafford of Charlotte and Mr. Jeremy Lee Parris of Salisbury were united in marriage April 27, 2013, at The Dairy Barn. The Rev. Dr. Kyle Hite officiated the 5:30 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception.

The bride was escorted by her mother and father and attended by her sister, Jessica Stafford Johnson of Charlotte, as matron of honor.

Earl Parris stood as his sonÕs best man.

The bride is the daughter of Jamie and Jimmy Stafford of Charlotte and the granddaughter of Joanne Jewell and the late Josephus Daniel Jacobs and Harry and the late Tommie Stafford, all of Charlotte. A 2004 graduate of Independence High School, Molly is employed by Bass Pro Shops.

The groom is the son of Earl and Debbie Parris of Salisbury and the grandson of Ruby and the late Maynard Lee Parris of Spencer and Eustace and the late Ruth Cauble Sloop of Salisbury. A 2006 graduate of South Rowan High School and 2007 graduate of NASCAR Technical Institute, Jeremy is employed by Academy Sports and Outdoors.

Following a wedding trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn., the couple are making their home in Concord.

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