Lang, Wilson hold January wedding

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, May 3, 2006

Special to the Advocate

The marriage of Kerry Anne Lang and Lance Weathers Wilson took place January 21, 2006 at Southside Baptist Church in Greenville with Pastor Herbert Brown officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Neal Lang of Fostoria and the granddaughter of Elsie DeBardeleben Atchison of Montgomery and the late W.D. DeBardeleben, and Betty Lang Willis of Prattville and the late William Neal Lang.

The groom is the son of Joseph Weathers Wilson Jr. of Prattville and the late Joyce Doss Wilson, and the grandson of Edward Eugene Doss of Hope Hull and Hazel Tipper Doss, and the late Joseph Weathers Wilson Sr. of Opp and the late Nellie Boggs Wilson.

The wedding theme was black and white. The bride wore a white strapless A-line gown with attached train and carried a bouquet of white ranunculuses.

The bride’s sister, Dana Lang Cody of Dothan, served as the matron of honor, and the bride’s friend, Ruthellen Eason of Montgomery, served as maid of honor.

Both were attired in black-and-white strapless dresses and carried bouquets of white roses, white lion lilies and white gerberas.

The groom’s friend, Derek Lee Cockrell of Prattville, served as best man, and Michael Daniel Maloney of Tuscaloosa served as groomsman.

Along with the groom, they wore black long-coated tuxedos featuring black vests and ties. The groom’s vest and tie were white.

The gentlemen’s boutonnieres were of white stephanotises.

Connor Michael Cody, the bride’s nephew, served as honorary ring bearer.

The floral arrangements gracing the church’s sanctuary featured white roses, white Casablanca lilies, white lion lilies, white hydrangeas, white montes, gerberas and white wax.

Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church fellowship hall.

The newlywed couple left the church in a black super-stretch limousine.

The bride, a 2005 graduate of Troy State University with a degree in journalism, is currently with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.

The groom, a specialist in the Army National Guard with the 167th Infantry Division of Pelham, is currently employed by Advance Auto Parts. He is working toward a degree in automotive technology at Trenholm State Technical College.

The couple currently resides in Montgomery.