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Westbrook – Lackey

GOLD HILL— Kathy Renee Westbrook and Wade Kevin Lackey were united in marriage March 24, 2012, at Gold Hill Park. The Rev. Gary “Buddy” Miller officiated the 5:15 p.m. ceremony.
Matron of honor was sister of the bride Tara Westbrook Bickerstaff. Daughter of the groom Rebecca Nicole Lackey was junior bridesmaid.
Douglas Wayne Cline of Salisbury stood as the groom’s best man. Son of the groom Colton Wade Lackey was junior usher.
Flower girls were nieces of the bride Camdyn Elizabeth and Emerson Grace Bickerstaff.
The bride is the daughter of Ann and the late Joseph Westbrook of Salisbury and the granddaughter of Roy and Dorothy Crisp of Franklin. A graduate of Catawba College, she is employed by Aldi Food Distribution Warehouse.
The groom is the son of Bill and Faye Crisp of Granite Quarry and the late James Wade Lackey. A graduate of Montgomery Community College, he is employed by Stay Alert Safety Services.
The couple are  making their home in Gold Hill.

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