Daves Wedding

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Nadalee Lorraine Thomas of Denton, Texas and Clark Edward Daves of Rowlett, Texas were married May 21, 2011 at the First United Methodist Church in Denton.  The officiating ministers were Rev. Frank Alexander and Rev.Deana Ferguson.  A reception was held at the University of North Texas Silver Eagle Suite.

The bride is the daughter of Craig and Jo Lorraine Thomas of Denton, Texas.  She is the granddaughter of Bill and Janie Thomas of Denton, Texas and Roland and Betty Jo Williams of Lyford, Texas.  Nadalee is a 2007 graduate of Denton High School and a 2011 graduate of Texas Woman's University. She has a Bachelors degree in Indterdisciplinary Studies and is certified EC-6/ESL teacher.

The groom is the son of Edward and Janet Daves of Rowlett, Texas.  He is the grandson of Charles and Nelda Currie of Terrell, Texas and Richard and Ethlyn Sims of Dallas, Texas.  Clark is a 2005 graduate of Dallas Christian School and a 2009 graduate of Texas Tech University.  He is employed by K.E. Andrews & Company of Rowlett, Texas. 

Serving as Maid of Honor was Lindsey Wynn, sister of the bride.  Bridesmaids were Whitney McQuien, Hannah Melton, Kelsie Guthrie, Ashley Bynum, and Kelli Castleberry.  The Flower girl was Hannah Wells, cousin of the groom.  Serving as Best Man was Kent Daves, brother of the groom.  Groomsmen were Dustin Wynn, Kent Anderson, Brady Carrington, Wes Foster, and Ben Baker.  The Ring Bearer was Grayson Wynn, nephew of the bride.  Ushers were Ketan Patel, Shelby Powell, Kole Weber, and Derek Leferink.

Music was provided by Valerie Dacus and Michelle Mason. The bride wore an all lace dress purchased at Alfred Angelo of Frisco and carried a spray of red roses. Bridesmaids wore eggplant cocktail dresses and carried a spray of red roses and purple calla lilys.  Photography was provided by Geoff Duncan Photography of Austin.

The couple enjoyed a seven day cruise to the Southern Carribean.  The Daves' will reside in Rockwall, Texas.



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