Walker-Harrell

Walker-Harrell

Jane Elliott Walker and David Berkley Harrell, both of Brooklyn New York, were married May 18, 2019, at St. John's Church in Florence, South Carolina. The Reverend Marion DuBois Lucas, III performed the 6 p.m. ceremony.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lawson Walker of Florence. She is the granddaughter of Mr. Robert Weston Patterson and the late Emily Dixon Patterson of Florence and Mrs. William Lee Walker of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and the late Mr. William Lee Walker and Jane Elliott Walker of Greenville, South Carolina. Elliott earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Washington and Lee University. She is a Senior Sales Manager at Zocdoc.

The Groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oliver Harrell, III of South Boston, Virginia. He is the grandson of Mrs. Howard Berkley Cone and the late Mr. Cone of Richmond, Virginia and the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oliver Harrell, Jr. of South Boston, Virginia. David earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Richmond-Robins School of Business at The University of Richmond. He is the Senior Director of Product Strategy and Analytics at Gap, Inc.

The Bride's sister, Allie Walker DeRoner, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Elizabeth Brandler Danowski, Kathryn Ann Giancola, Heather Bollman Lee, Caroline Robinson Cliff, and Austeja Monika Vidugiryte.

Best Man for the groom was Andrew Michael Witko. Groomsmen included Richard Oliver Harrell, IV, Winston Wingfield Harrell, and Parker Lansfield Harrell, brothers of the groom, Edward Lovelace Covington, Jamail Joseph Buchanan, and Richard Lawson Walker, Jr. brother of the bride.

Eleanor Elizabeth Maloney and Sarah James Turner were flower girls. Harry Patterson Kannon served as the crucifer. Scripture readers were Jason Alan DeRoner and Cassidy Bomar Prevett. Guests were greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Giles Coward and Mr. and Mrs. Philip John Walker.

A reception at the Lucas Farm followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip to New Zealand the couple will

reside in Brooklyn New York.

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