Colby Nicole Moseley and Kenneth Wayne Lokey, Jr. of Atlanta, Georgia were united in marriage on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 5:00 in the afternoon at Enterprise Mill in Augusta. The bride was given in marriage by her mother and father. Charles Buchanan officiated. The ceremony was immediately followed by a reception at Enterprise Mill.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Linda Ann Moseley and Mr. John William Moseley of Aiken, South Carolina. She is a maternal granddaughter of Mrs. Rosaleen Burnette and the late Mr. Barney Foy Courtney of Aiken and the late Mr. James Edward Burnette of Aiken, and a paternal granddaughter of the late Mrs. Patsy Mae Moseley and the late Mr. William “Billy” Edward Moseley of Aiken.
The groom is the son of Mrs. Brenda Still Funk of Aiken and Mr. Kenneth Wayne Lokey, Sr. of Sanford, NC. He is a maternal grandson of Mr. James Harry Still, Jr. and the late Mrs. Mildred Ruby Still of Barnwell, SC and a paternal grandson of Mrs. Patricia Kitchings Lokey and the late Mr. Charles Frederick Lokey, Jr. of Aiken.
Courtney Moseley of Aiken, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Krista Lange of Napoleon, OH, Emily Flora of Aiken, and Myisha Eberhart of Brunswick, GA.
Cord Moseley of Aiken, brother of the bride, was the best man. The groomsmen were Jaret Hidlay of Aiken, Michael Riddick of Aiken, and Todd Corbett of Aiken.
Beverly Fortson of Social Circle, GA and Erin McFry of Atlanta, GA greeted the guests. Ceremony music was provided by Steve Sloan, guitarist.
The bride is a 2010 graduate of the University of South Carolina Aiken with a Master’s degree in Applied Clinical Psychology. She is employed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, GA as a Health Scientist.
The groom is a 2012 graduate of the Medical College of Georgia with a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. He is employed by Atlanta Medical Center in Atlanta, GA as a Physical Therapist.
After a wedding trip to the Hawaiian Islands, the couple will reside in Atlanta.
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