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Stapleton-VanHoose vows exchanged at Vester, KY

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The wedding of Norma Stapleton and Jeremy Vanhouse was performed in Vester, KY, on Sunday, June 8, 2014. Most of the party traveled from Florida to Kentucky so that Norma's family, including her parents, sister, brothers, nieces, nephews, and cousins, could attend the ceremony. Following the wedding, their was a private reception held at TaP's Diner in Downtown Columbia, KY. - Tish Paris

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The Wedding: Norma Stapleton-Jeremy VanHoose

2014-06-11 - Vester, KY - Photo by Letisha Paris.
Wedding held in Kentucky for family's sake. In front, from left, Verna Carmella and Teddy. Maurice, Shane, Patricia, Groom Jeremy Vanhoose, (bride) Norma Stapleton, Floyd, and Clarence gathered at the Paris-Crawford residence in Vester, KY for the Norma Stapleton & Jeremy VanHoose's nuptials. Nearly everyone in the photo traveled from Florida to have the wedding here with her parents, sister, brothers, nieces, nephews, and cousins. The wedding was Sunday, June 8, 2014. Later, a reception dinner was held in TaP's Diner in Downtown Columbia, KY. - Letisha Paris

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