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Dunaway Brown Wedding

Christie Michelle Dunaway and Christopher Jack Brown were united in marriage April 16, 2011, at Milford Hills Methodist Church in Salisbury.
The Rev. Steve Combs officiated the 3 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Heritage Room. The couple were driven to the reception in a horse-drawn carriage.
The bride was escorted by her brother, Brad Dunaway, and given in marriage by her mother, LouAnn Livengood. Maid of honor was Miss Priscilla Blanks of Greenville, S.C. Serving as bridesmaids were sister-in-law of the bride Mrs. Laura Dunaway of Mocksville and sister of the groom Miss Katelyn Brown of Statesville.
John Brown III stood as his son’s best man. Groomsmen and candlelighters were brother of the bride Brad Dunaway of Mocksville and brother of the groom John Brown IV of Statesville.
Niece of the bride Madison Dunaway, who served as flower girl, was pulled down the aisle in a little red wagon by Gage Dunaway, nephew of the bride, who served as ring bearer. Both are of Mocksville. Brooke Ripley of Salisbury served as miniature bride.
Guest registrar was Miss Elaine White, aunt of the bride, and wedding director was Mrs. Anne Livengood of Statesville.
Honored guests were Jimmy and Cathy Miller, Lonnie and Brenda Miller and Mike and Stacy Ripley.
The bride is the daughter of LouAnn Livengood and the granddaughter of the late Casey and Mary Miller and the late Glenn Cleo and Rose Dunaway, all of Salisbury. A 1999 graduate of Davie High School, Christie is studying special education at Pfeiffer University and is employed by Davie High School.
The groom is the son of John Brown of Salisbury and Jacqueline Brown of Statesville and the grandson of Peggy and Jack Foster of Silver ?Springs, Fla., and the late Jane and John Brown of Palm Bay, Fla. A 2001 graduate of East Rowan High School, Chris is employed by Granite Tire and Alignment and is the self-employed owner of Handyman Inc.
Following a wedding trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple are making their home in Salisbury.   

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