Walsh — DeLozier
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Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Walsh
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Walsh
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A June 1 evening wedding at Black Fox Farms united Angela Rachelle DeLozier and Whitney Tanner Walsh, both of Cleveland, in marriage.

The bride is the daughter of Barry and Sue DeLozier and Cindy Jackson, all of Chester, Va. She is the granddaughter of the late Eva DeLozier, Sam McCulloh of Frostburg, Md., and the late Kris McCulloh, and Sophie and Lester Wanner of Colonial Heights, Va. She is the sister of Devin DeLozier, Daniel DeLozier, and Timothy McCulloh, all of Chester, Samantha Elasawhich and Christopher McDonald, both of Winchester, Va., Dara Rose of Hampton, Va., and Jeremy DeLozier of Frostburg.

The bridegroom is the son of Terry and Benita Walsh of Cleveland. He is the grandson of Shelby Ribar and W.P. “Jack” and Virginia McClure, all of Cleveland. He is the brother of Colby Walsh of Cleveland.

The wedding was officiated by John Ogle. Music was presented by Dennis Bauer, Donald Benton, Aaron Kannengieser, Tiffany Feltner and Jeff Raney.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Erin Campbell of Cleveland as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were her sister, Devin, Elizabeth Crawford of Jasper and Kaylene Huff of Strong, Maine.

The bridegroom was served by his father as best man. Groomsmen were his brother, Colby, and Gilbert Arms and Brandon Harrelson, both of Cleveland.

Kaylynn Walsh (niece) and Maxton Sowder (cousin), both of Cleveland, were flower girl and ring bearer, respectively.

The reception at Black Fox Farms was hosted by the bridal couple and assisted by Benita Walsh, who provided flowers, and Randy Williams, who made the wedding cake.

After a wedding trip to Tellico River, the couple is at home in Cleveland.

Mrs. Walsh did undergraduate and graduate work at Lee University, graduating in 2006 and 2009. She attends First Baptist Church of Cleveland. Mr. Walsh is a 2000 graduate of Bradley Central High School and has been employed by Volunteer-Rid-A-Pest since 2006.