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Rainey ~ Sitlinger Wedding

Deanna Lynn Rainey and Timothy Lee Sitlinger of Salisbury, were united in marriage Sept. 17, 2016, at Bethel Lutheran Church, Salisbury. Pastor Carroll Robinson officiated.  A private reception followed at Cauble Creek Winery.

The bride was escorted by her father, Terry Dean Rainey. Attending as her matron of honor was her sister, Alicia Shue of Salisbury, and maid of honor was her niece, Emma Shue of Salisbury.

Best man was Maxwell Sitlinger of Salisbury. The miniature bridal couple was Gabrielle Solis and Jacque Pierre.

Robert “Bobby” Lancaster of Charlotte, uncle of the bride, hosted a rehearsal dinner for the couple at Bethel Lutheran Church, Salisbury. Dinner was catered by Matt Trexler of Salisbury.

Guest registrars were Anderson Shue of Salisbury, nephew of the bride, and Marisa Bost of Lexington. Ryan McAdams of New Rochelle, N.Y., cousin of the bride, was the wedding singer. Organist was Cathy Williams of Salisbury. Bryan and Amy Edwards, of Mt. Ulla, were candle lighters. Wedding planners were Carol Campbell of Salisbury and Amy Edwards. Video-

graphers were David Jones of Matthews and Tony Shue of Salisbury, brother-in-law of the bride. Photographer was Ken Thomas of Concord. Hair stylist was Tammie Izze of Salisbury and make-up artist was Natalie Poole of Salisbury.

The bride is the daughter of Terry and Deborah Rainey of Salisbury, and the granddaughter of the late Alfred and Virginia Lancaster of Cottondale, Ala., the late Chester and Doris Hughes of Tuscaloosa, Ala. and the late Henry and Joretta Rainey of Salisbury. Deanna is currently employed with the Rowan County District Attorney’s Office in Salisbury.

The groom is the son of Ken and Deborah Sitlinger of Lykens, Pa., and the grandson of Mary Sitlinger and the late Russell Sitlinger of Lykens, Pa. and Eleanor Rebuck and the late George Rebuck of Hebe, Pa. Tim is currently employed with Desco, Inc. in Salisbury.

Following a wedding trip to the Sandals Resort in St. Lucia, the couple are making their home in Salisbury.

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