Rogers, Torbett engaged

Posted 7/21/19

Rogers, Torbett engaged

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Rogers, Torbett engaged

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The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Stacey Nicole Rogers and Dr. Todd Nicholas Torbett, both of Cleveland, is announced.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Bobby and Carolyn Rogers of Cleveland. She is the sister of Lindsay Rogers and Jennifer Rogers, both of Cleveland.

Miss Rogers is the granddaughter of the late Edward and Elizabeth Rogers and the late Daniel and Eula Moore.

The future bridegroom is the son of Brenda and Wes Alford of Cleveland and the late Gary Lynn Torbett. Dr. Torbett is the grandson of Clyde and Wanda Dunn of Cleveland and the late Herbert and Jewell Torbett.

He is the brother of Travis and Amber Torbett of Riceville and Lauren and Clint Bradford of Cleveland. He is the uncle of MaKaylee and Madison Torbett of Riceville and Ellison Alford and Elliot Bradford of Cleveland.

She attended Bradley Central High School, Lee University and Kennesaw State University, where she received her master of business administration.

Miss Rogers is employed at Life Care Centers of America.

The future bridegroom attended McMinn County High School, University of Tennessee Chattanooga and Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Dr. Torbett is employed at Hitchcock Family Medicine.

Both the prospective bride and bridegroom are members of Black Fox United Methodist Church.

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