Dooley - Roten

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Jeff and Fawnda Dooley of Madison, Alabama are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Rachel Ann Dooley of Denton, Texas to Eric Wayne Roten of Mansfield, Texas. The couple were married June 24, 2011 at the First Baptist Church of Denton, Texas. The officiating ministers were Rev. Brad Cockrell and Rev. Jeff Dooley, Father of the Bride.A reception followed at The Milestone. Rachel wore an elegant Allure gown from Modern Bride in Huntsville, Alabama. The Haynes Sisters and Patrice Frisby provided the music for the evening ceremony.

The bride is the granddaughter of Lealand and Louise Dean, Donald and Joan Dooley, and great grandmother Violet Dean all of Denton, Texas. Rachel is a 2007 graduate of Denton High School and a May 2011 graduate of Hardin Simmons University in Abilene with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Rachel is a Registered Nurse.

The groom is the son of Bob and Helen Roten of Mansfield, Texas and the grandson of Robert and Floreine Roten of Enid, OK. Eric is a 2007 graduate of Mansfield High School and May 2011 graduate of Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Economics. He is employed as an Associate Operations Analyst for TXU Energy in Irving, Texas.

The Maid of Honors were Lauren Dooley and Hannah Dooley, both sisters of the bride. The Best Man was Chris Roten, brother of the groom. Other attendants included bridesmaids Kelsie Guthrie, Hannah Melton, Bethany Sides, Kaitlynn McCoy, and Liz Savoy.Serving as Groomsmen were Ryan Atkinson, Brian Weeks, Larry Henricks, Aaron Edgar, Steven Williams, and Kyle Post. The flower girl was Dakoda Manning, cousin of the bride.The Ring Bearer was Hayden Roten, nephew of the groom. Jessica Goss, Alyssa McClendon, Whitney McQuien, Heather Richard, and Michele Sims served in the house party.

Rachel and Eric will leave from Miami for a seven day Cruise to the Eastern Caribbean. They will make their residence in Grapevine, Texas.

 

 


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