Bramlett — Waycaster

Posted 3/12/17

Dr. Cortney Ferguson Waycaster of Cleveland became the bride of Gregory Tyler Bramlett, in an afternoon ceremony on Nov. 19, 2016.

The intimate ceremony was held in a chapel the bridegroom built …

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Bramlett — Waycaster

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Dr. Cortney Ferguson Waycaster of Cleveland became the bride of Gregory Tyler Bramlett, in an afternoon ceremony on Nov. 19, 2016.

The intimate ceremony was held in a chapel the bridegroom built as a wedding gift to his bride on the couple’’s property, and was attended by the couple’s parents, grandparents and children.

The bride is the mother of Mattie Monroe and Luke Neyland, both of Cleveland. She is daughter of Jeff and Karen Ferguson of Athens. She is the granddaughter of Fannie Monroe of Cleveland and the late Charles Monroe, and the late Maggie Ferguson. She is the sister of Dusty Ferguson of Cleveland.

The bridegroom is the father of Cheyenne Miller, Arrie Bramlett, Allie Bramlett and Josh Bramlett, all of Cleveland. He is the son of Pamela Bramlett of Cleveland and the late Greg Bramlett. He is the grandson of Arlean Bramlett of Cleveland and the late C.B. “Penny” and Jean Lawson.

Dr. Phil Griffin, pastor of the Church at Grace Point officiated the ceremony.

The bride was presented in marriage by her father and son.

Dr. Bramlett graduated from McMinn County High School and received her bachelor’s degree from Tennessee Technological University and Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis. She is an owner and optometrist at Cleveland Eye Clinic since 2007.

Mr. Bramlett is the construction director at Habitat for Humanity. They both attend the Church at Grace Point.

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