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Posted: Sunday, August 15, 2010 8:26 pm


 Jenna Marie Crosswell of Florence and Steven James Wallace of Florence were married on August 7, 2010 at Abundant Life Church.  Pastor Carl Morris performed the ceremony.

 The bride, who was escorted by her father, is the daughter of Robert and Cindy Crosswell of Florence. She is the granddaughter of Sybil B. Tanner and the late James Harold Tanner of Florence, and Essie B. Crosswell and the late Dr. William Marion Crosswell of Timmonsville.

 The bride is a rising senior at Francis Marion University and she is employed by Travis Jewelers.  

The groom is the son of Ms. Sherry Wallace of Florence and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wallace of Darlington.  He is the grandson of the late James and Mary Lois Harrellson of Mullins and the late Warren and Alma Wallace of Nichols.

 The groom attended South University for two years, and he is employed by the City of Florence.

 Maid of Honor was Laurie Elizabeth Crosswell, sister of the bride.

 Best Man was Joseph Wallace, father of the groom.

 Bridesmaids were Erin Ard, Laurie Beth Blanton, friends of the bride, Caitlin Jordan, sister of the groom, Hallie Ritzu and Amy Tyler, friends of the bride.

 Groomsmen were William Crosswell, brother of the bride, James Driggers, Randy Hatchell, Michael Morris and Stuart Sarvis, friends of the groom.

 Flower Girl was Riley Bennett, cousin of the groom.

 Ring Bearer was Zachary Davies, cousin of the bride.

 Honorary Bridesmaids were Abigail Davies, Hannah Davies, Sarah Davies, cousins of the bride, Danielle Morris, Amanda Poston, Jessica Pruitt, Melissa Strawn, and Amy Vilag.

 Ushers were Blake Jordan, Jason Tisdale, and Brian Wallace, brother of the groom.

 A reception followed at Summer Hill Farms in Evergreen, SC.

 After a wedding trip to Ocean Isle Beach, the couple will live in Florence.




















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