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Walton Fox Wedding

Megan Elizabeth Walton and Joshua Ray Fox were united in marriage Saturday, May 28, 2011, at Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on the campus of Catawba College. The Rev. Keith Mason officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception at Historic Salisbury Depot.
The bride was escorted by her father, Terry Walton, and attended by Ashley Cauble of Salisbury as maid of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were Denise Bibb of Lexington, cousin of the groom Ginny Grubb of Greensboro and cousin of the bride Ashley Kreps of Salisbury. Junior bridesmaids were niece of the bride Sydney Campbell and sister of the groom Kaytlin Fox, both of Salisbury.
The father of the groom, Bobby Fox, stood as best man. Groomsmen included JR Ayash, Brett Mulkey, Will Robinson and brother of the bride Christopher Walton, all of Salisbury, Kyle Gill of Charlotte and cousin of the groom Gray Grubb of Spencer.
Nicholas Ayash of Salisbury was ring bearer. Guest registrars were aunt of the groom Tina Grubb of Salisbury and aunt of the bride Mary Thompson of Statesville.
The bride is the daughter of Beth and Terry Walton of Salisbury and the granddaughter of Mrs. Libby and the late Rev. William Blanton of Statesville and the late Ruth and Grady Walton of Salisbury. A 2005 honor graduate of North Rowan High School, Megan received an Associate degree in Nursing from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in 2009 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Gardner-Webb University in 2011, graduating with honors. She is a registered nurse at Rowan Regional Medical Center.
The groom is the son of Dawn and Bobby Fox of Salisbury and the grandson of Mrs. Mildred and the late Walter “Bill” Rowe of Spencer, Connie and Tony Fox of Salisbury and Barbara and Bruce Gibson of Mocksville. A 2005 graduate of North Rowan High School, Joshua is currently studying Fire Protection Technology at Coastal Carolina College. He is a firefighter with Mooresville Fire Department.
Following a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple will make their home in Salisbury.    

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