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Wed Stein Barker
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin E. Barker - photo by Photo provided / Coastal Courier
Marsha A. Stein of Hinesville and Marlin E. Barker of Lawrenceville were married at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
The Rev. James Montoya of Atlanta officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Phillip Stein and the late Donna Stein of Port Huron, Mich. The groom is the son of Virginia Barker and the late Worth Barker of Bent Mountain, Va.
The matron of honor was Diane Sandoval of Hinesville. The readers were Melissa King, daughter of the bride, who read “Unity of Three” and Christina Hatfield, daughter of the bride, who read 1 Corinthians 13. The best man was Andy Morfesi of Roanoke, Va.
The bride’s family from St. Stephen’s Catholic Church and the groom’s friends from the Atlanta area attended the ceremony in Macon after enjoying the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. The bride’s grandsons, Samuel Hammond V and Harrison King IV, gave her away. The bride’s book attendee was Madeline Cetti.
The bride’s dress was a long, ivory, softly pleated gown with an intricate lace and pearl top. The bride wore her mother’s pearls. Her flowers were purple and blue hydrangeas.
A reception was hosted in Macon and the servers were Peggy Anderson, Deb Stasiuk and Sherrie Morfesi.
The groom is a singer and songwriter. He wrote and sang their wedding song, “The Two of Us.” The couple’s first date was at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. They were married in the Christian chapel inside the museum one year after their first date.
The couple’s wedding trip is a cruise to the Bahamas.
They will reside in Glennville.
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