Bomar, McDonald

By Staff
Stephanie Paige McDonald and Roy Mattox Bomar of Meridian were married Saturday, Aug. 17, 2002, at the Evangel Temple in Meridian. The Rev. Mike Boles officiated the 2 p.m. ceremony.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ken Rainey Sr. of Meridian, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Grissom of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas Stuart of York, Ala., Ann Bomar of Meridian and the late Roy Bomar.
Grandparents of the bride are Nelda Majure Houser and the late Rod Goodling, and Warren and Elaine Grissom of Meridian.
Grandparents of the bridegroom are the late Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mattox of Enterprise, and Mr. and Mrs. James Clyde Bomar of Meridian.
Nuptial music was provided by Kathy Culpepper.
The bride was given in marriage by her two sons, John Michael McDonald and Rod McDonald. She wore a designer gown of white silk overlaid with chiffon that extended into a princess train. The full-length backless spaghetti strap gown was adorned with floral motif. Each motif was appliqued with iridescent sequins and beads. She carried a cascading white bouquet of white roses.
Jennie Murray of Atlanta served as matron of honor. Rainey Nicholson, Lauren Haarala and Sydney Murray were flower girls.
The ring bearer was Ridge Haarala.
Best men were Thomas Stuart of York, Ala., and the bride's youngest son, Rod McDonald. Groomsman were John Michael McDonald, son of the bride. Ushers were Bo Haarala and Craig Futch.
A reception was held in the Hamasa Temple ballroom following the ceremony.
After a honeymoon in Perdido Key, Fla., the couple resides in Meridian.

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