Family is woven through the love story of Chelbie Elisabeth Fuller and Jeffery “Dylan” Mobley—from a family photo session that led to a marriage proposal to the wedding reception at the old family “home place.”
There are few things more beautiful than the sunset on Yokohama Bay in Hawaii, but for Alyssa Jo Harmon the sunset was eclipsed by her, now, husband Richard Denson on one knee.
The tragedy of the March 1, 2007 tornado is something that will live with Enterprise residents forever, but for Isaac Yaronczyk and Victoria Borneman at least one happy ending came from it: an engagement.
They met through a mutual friend seven years ago and have been together ever since.
On May 19 Cheyenne Young and Constantine “Dino” Tampary will be married in the Malbis Greek Orthodox Church, one of only six Greek Orthodox churches in the state of Alabama.
When Cory Mitchell asked Morgan Quattlebaum what she wanted for Christmas, she never expected to receive his grandmother’s engagement ring.
“This ring means the world to us because this is a part of ‘family’ that is always with us,” is what Quattlebaum said as she recounted the story surrounding the Christmas Eve gift she received while surrounded by family.
A chance dinner with an acquaintance led to a life together forever for Pep Pfluke and Patty Maxham.
Pfluke and Maxham met in April 2016. Pfluke, a Marine, was stationed in North Carolina at Camp Lejeune, while Maxham was living in Greensboro.
When Lindsey Dow jumped into Dalton Dalrymple’s pick up truck to help corral a runaway cow, she had no idea how the search would end.
The couple married Oct. 7, 2017 at Dalrymple Farms on County Road 720 in Enterprise.
A chance encounter in an elevator led to love and family for Jade Adams and Quinton Blocker.
Jade and Quinton both attended Troy University in 2013. They had two different majors, but they lived in the same dorm building of Trojan Village.
“This crazy, wonderful world works in many mysterious ways,” is the way Jenna Judah sums up she and Byron Strickland. With parents who have known each other since the 1970’s in high school, not many could have imagined this match would be made years later.
Taylor and Wayne Parker met at a wedding around three years ago. That meeting led to a wedding of their own.
Taylor and Wayne Parker knew of each other growing up in Enterprise, but neither spent much time around the other. Taylor was friends with Wayne’s younger sister.
Mary Evelyn Owens was looking for a place to attend church while she was away from home at college. She decided to ask fellow student Matthew Jordan—a theology major—if she could attend church with him.
That is how it all began.
Katrina Warren and Alvin Lewis II met through a mutual friend in December 2014, when Warren’s god brother was moving in for a short time.
Mary Catherine Ezzell and Trent Wood were in third and fourth grade together, but they did not start to get to know each other until 11th grade.