Wedding Announcements

Sansing - White

Stephanie Leigh Sansing and Frank Henry White were married June 4 at First Baptist Church in Pensacola, Fla. The ceremony was officiated by Dr. Scott Allen Sticksel of Amarillo, Texas.

A reception followed the ceremony in the atrium and banquet facility of the church with music provided by a five-piece ensemble. The groom's mother hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Pensacola Yacht Club. There was dinner and dancing with music provided by Clark and Company.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clayton of Pensacola, Fla. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Arthur Clayton Sansing of Pensacola, Fla., and the late Arthur Clayton Sansing and Mr. and Mrs. Gladston Arthur Sudderth of Buford.

The groom is the son of Virginia Lynn White of Amarillo, Texas, and the late Frank Burdette White III. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burdette White II and the late Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Henry Blackburn of Amarillo, Texas.

Bonnie Elizabeth Threadgill of Pensacola, Fla., served as the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Blew of Springfield, Mo.; Amy Elizabeth Daniel of Arlington, Va.; Emily Christine Herring of Oxford, Miss.; Christine Lynn Johnson of Washington, D.C.; Sarah Elizabeth Moore of Dallas; Courtney Kelsey Peacock of Orlando, Fla.; Jessica Lee Shultz of Springfield, Mo.; and Elizabeth Lynn White, sister of the groom, of Amarillo, Texas. The flower girls were Hannah Edmiston of Singapore and Shelby Sticksel of Amarillo, Texas.

Serving as best man was Murray Eugene Edmiston, brother of the groom, of Singapore. Groomsmen were Nathan E. Craine of Dallas; Blair Earl Johnson of Amarillo, Texas; Taylor Russell Martin of Dallas; Edward Keats Norfleet III of Amarillo, Texas; Davod Robert Sansing, brother of the bride, of Pensacola, Fla.; Matthew Eugene Strickland of Dallas; Patrick O'Neil Ware of Amarillo, Texas; and William James Ware of Amarillo, Texas. Ushers were Bradley Warren Ayres of Dallas; Andrew Parks Sudderth; and Matthew David Sudderth, both of Buford. The ring bearer was Dillan Edmiston of Singapore.

The bride received a bachelor's degree in political science from Vanderbilt University and will graduate with a juris doctorate from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 2006. The groom received a bachelor's degree in history and B.B.A in business from Southern Methodist University and will graduate with a juris doctorate and an M.B.A. from Southern Methodist University in 2006.

After a honeymoon in the British Virgin Islands, the couple resides in Dallas.

Bagwell - Crissman

Lisa Ann Bagwell of Dacula and Brian Hunter Crissman of Oxford were married Nov. 5 at Brookwood Baptist Church in Cumming. Dr. Herman Russell, uncle of the groom, officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Ronnie and Merry Bagwell of Dacula. She works as a CPA with Jackson, Reece & Scott, PC in Norcross.

The groom is the son of Joel and Nancy Crissman of Oxford. He works as a video editor at The Weather Channel.

Brian Crissman served as the bride's maid of honor.

Sister of the bride Jamie Patchin of Winder served as the bride's matron of honor.

Bridesmaids were Tanya Cole of Augusta; Nicole Garner of Loganville; April Dawson of Cartersville; Margaret Crissman of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Cheryl Davis of Baltimore; and Becky Mowen of Woodstock.

Joel Crissman of Oxford served as the groom's best man.

Groomsmen were Ryan Russell of Clarksville, Va.; Rob Lewis of Asheville, N.C.; Michael Goodwin of Woodstock; Kevin Holden of Austin, Texas; Matt Patchin of Winder; and Josh Hollum of Jefferson.

After a honeymoon trip to Hawaii, the couple resides in Winder.

Lambeck - Simmons

Emily Marie Lambeck of Duluth and Cole Brandon Simmons of Newnan were married June 5 at Sweet Home Plantation in Pine Mountain. The Rev. Matthew Mitchell officiated the ceremony. Immediately following the garden wedding, a reception was held on the grounds of the historic plantation.

The bride is the daughter of Don and Sonjia Lambeck of Duluth. She attends LaGrange College.

The groom is the son of Barry and Beverly Simmon of Newnan. He also attended LaGrange College and is employed by Best Buy of Newnan.

Amanda Hanner of Hogansville served as the bride's matron of honor.

Bridesmaids were cousin of the bride Brianna Piatt of Medina, Ohio; and sister of the groom, Caitlin Simmons of Newnan.

Barry Simmons served as his son's best man.

Ushers were Tom Minnich of Little Rock, Ark., and the groom's uncle and his college roommate, Tyler Williams of LaGrange.

After a wedding trip to a resort in the Smoky Mountains, the couple resides in Newnan.

50th anniversary

Nedd and Barbara Mockler of Lilburn celebrated their 50th anniversary last month with a trip to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tenn. The couple then continued to the East Coast, visiting family members and sightseeing along the way.

The Mocklers have one son, Kyle Eckman of Lawrenceville; four daughters, Karen Ballard of Bessemer, Ala., Kathryn Nuckoles of Richmond, Va., Kimberly Ganzert of Richmond, Va., and Kelly Mockler of Sugar Hill; and 14 grandchildren, Matthew Eckman of Denver. Marine Corps Cpl. Christopher Davis of Okinawa, Japan, Jessica, Erika and Adam Ballard of Bessemer, Ala., Carrie and Jordan Nuckoles of Richmond, Va., Michael and Joseph Pacelli, Matthew and Ashley Ganzert of Richmond, Va., and Jonah, Cody and Faith Mockler of Sugar Hill.

Nedd Mockler, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, works at Legacy Station and designs Web sites for businesses. Barbara Mockler retired as an executive secretary and has volunteered for the past eight years at Emory Eastside Hospital.

60th anniversary

Cecil and Jane Weaver celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Saturday with family and friends.

The Weavers were married Feb. 2, 1946, at Virginia Heights Lutheran Church in Roanoke, Va., after Lt. Cecil Weaver returned from serving active duty in World War II. Mr. Weaver retired from Texaco Inc. after 36 years. Mrs. Weaver is a retired homemaker.

The Weavers resided in Dunwoody for 34 years and moved to Delmar Gardens Retirement Community in Lawrenceville in 2003.

They have two daughters, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. They are Martha and Dan Clark of Lawrenceville, Jane and Bill Geier of Monticello, Fla., grandson Billy and wife Mary Geier of Swainsboro, and granddaughter Sheri and husband Blaine with their two sons Dean and Ryan of Tallahassee, Fla.