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Reddick – Robb

LaTrice Sharlette Reddick and Steven Bryan Robb are pleased to announce their engagement. They were engaged Dec. 6, 2011, among family and friends.
LaTrice is the daughter of Ms. Leytanyer Woods Reddick of Salisbury and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Reddick of High Point. She is the granddaughter of the late Mrs. Lonnie Mae Woods Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. William Miller of Cleveland. A 1989 graduate of Salisbury High School and 1995 graduate of Carolina Beauty College, LaTrice is a co-owner and a stylist of Salon Envy.
Steven is the son of the late Mrs. Hazel Martin Robb and the late Mr. Edward S. Johnson and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin, all of Cherry Hill, N.J. A 1981 graduate of Pennauken High School, Steven also attended Catawba College in Salisbury. He is a co-owner of Salon Envy and is employed with Therapeutic Alternatives and Easter Seals.
The wedding is set for April 28 at Las Vegas, Nev. A reception will be held July 21 in Salisbury.

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