Samantha Nicole Arbaugh of Aiken, SC and Andrew Keith Radford of Aiken, SC were married April 6, 2013 at Corinth Baptist Church. The bride was given in marriage by her mother and father. The Rev. Phillip Lee officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Amy Kirkland of Aiken, SC and Todd and Melena Arbaugh of Gilbert, SC. She is a granddaughter of Jim and Letitia Kirkland and Don and “Kricket” Catherine Arbaugh.
The bridegroom is a son of Keith and Julia Radford of Aiken, SC. He is a grandson of Cecil and Doris Radford and the late J.E. and Sallie Oswalt.
Sheena Thorpe of Aiken, SC was the maid of the honor. The bridesmaids were Kierstyn White of San Antonio, Texas, friend of the bride; Kaitlin Westfall of Augusta, GA, friend of the bride; Morgan Riley of Aiken, SC, friend of the bride; Mallory Arbaugh of Aiken, SC, cousin of the bride; Julia Radford of Aiken, SC, sister of the groom; and Jacque Kuney of Aiken, SC, friend of the bride.
Keith Radford, father of the groom, of Aiken, SC, was the best man. The groomsmen were Matt Key of Grovetown, GA, friend of the groom; Kyle Rice of North Augusta, SC, friend of the groom; Jason Walp of Aiken, SC, friend of the groom; Dillon Arbaugh of Gilbert, SC, brother of the bride; Chris Perry of Aiken, SC, friend of the groom; and Brian Leonardi of Aiken, SC, friend of the groom.
Brylee Carson, sister of the bride, of Aiken, SC was the flower girl.
Following a reception at Big Red Barn in Aiken, SC, the couple left for a wedding trip to Negril, Jamaica.
They will reside in Aiken, SC.
The bride is a 2008 graduate of Aiken High School. She is a graduate of University of South Carolina with a degree in Sports and Entertainment Management. She is employed by Houndslake Country Club.
The bridegroom is a 2006 graduate of Silver Bluff High School. He is a graduate of USC-Aiken with a degree in Education. He is employed by Silver Bluff High School.
The wedding was directed by Cindy Oswalt.
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