Brown, Robertson wed

Posted 6/19/19

Brown, Robertson wed

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Brown, Robertson wed

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Talitha Robertson of Cleveland and Justin Brown of Rossville, Ga., were united in marriage on May 26, 2019, at Black Fox Farms. 

The bride is the daughter of Nancy Miller of Cleveland and Ed Stinnett of Dayton. The bridegroom is the son of Greta Brown and Ricky Brown, both of Rossville.

The ceremony was officiated by Dalton Blevins, with music provided by Platinum Entertainment. Ed Stinnett presented his daughter in marriage

The bride’s attendants included Cheryl Baker of Cleveland as matron of honor, and bridesmaids Heather Worley of Alabama, Bonnie Fauber of Virginia and Courtney Williams of Georgia. Flower girls were Ella Worley of Alabama and Lexi Terry of Georgia,

Daniel Wheaton served as best man for the bridegroom. His groomsmen were Kelly Terry of Georgia, Jason Baker of Tennessee and Eric Hall of Georgia. Ringbearers were Orrin Williams and Orson Williams of Georgia.
The reception, given by the bridal couple, was presented at Black Fox Farms. Zach Littlejohn coordinated the serving and music by Tasteful Gatherings and Platinum Entertainment.

The bride is a graduate of Bradley Central High School. She attended the American Military University. She is employed by Family Resource Agency and the U.S. Army Reserve.

The bridegroom is a graduate of Lakeview High School. He is employed at Two Rivers Landscaping.

The couple now make their home in Cleveland.

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