Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Mrs. Joseph Clyde Coker
Courtney Saunders Bonnoitt of Florence and Joseph Clyde Coker of Moncks Corner were united in marriage on Saturday, July 14, 2012, at Highland Park United Methodist Church in Florence. The Reverend Ken Hardin of Moncks Corner, performed the ceremony.
The bride, who was escorted by her father, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Norwood Bonnoitt of Florence. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ray Holland of Florence, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marion Bonnoitt of Darlington.
The bride is a graduate of the College of Charleston, with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. She is employed by Berkeley County School District.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edward Coker of Moncks Corner. He is the grandson of Mrs. Eugene Jerome DeTournillon III and the late Mr. DeTournillon of Moncks Corner, the late Mr. Ronald Wayne Owen of Angier, NC, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clyde Coker of Moncks Corner, and the late Mrs. Jo Ann Coker.
The groom is a graduate of Charleston Southern University with a Bachelor of Science in Financial Management. He is employed by First Citizens Bank.
Maids of honor were Miss Callie Cen Bonnoitt, sister of the bride, and Miss Lauren Elizabeth Prosser.
Best men were Mr. Joseph Edward Coker, father of the groom, and Mr. Austin Tyler Reed.
Bridesmaids were Miss Brittany Jeannette Calcutt, Mrs. Meagan Mahoney Chatlosh, Miss Rachel Nicole Coker, sister of the groom, and Miss Claire Ashley Mahoney.
Honorary bridesmaids were Miss Emily Denise Brown, Mrs. Erin Earnest Hardester, Miss Taylor Jane Holland, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Elizabeth Bonnoitt Jones, cousin of the bride, and Miss Kalen Anne Nolte.
Groomsmen were Mr. Michael Douglas Aiken, Mr. Collin Heath Fuller, Mr. Marvin Gamewell Mitchum III, and Mr. Christopher Erichs Ollic.
Ushers were Mr. Richard Mark Bonnoitt, Junior, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Joshua Matthew Muccitelli.
Flower girl was Miss Allison Lee Rogulski, cousin of the groom.
Ring bearer was Master Jonathan Scott Rogulski, cousin of the groom.
Ceremony music was provided by Mrs. Beth Lewallen, organist, Mr. Worth Lewallen, violinist, and Mr. Wendell Prosser, soloist.
A reception followed at the Florence Country Club.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica, the couple will reside in Summerville.
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