The News Courier in Athens, Alabama


July 2, 2012

Wedding: Fladstol-Turberville

— Sierra Fladstol of Tuscaloosa and Matthew Turberville of Athens were married in a 4 p.m. ceremony May 12, at Magnolia Springs Manor in Helena with the groom’s father, Keith Turberville, and Edwin King officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Terry and Karla Fladstol of Tuscaloosa. She is the granddaughter of Jerry Snead of Tuscaloosa, and the late Bert Snead and the late Palmer and Dorothy Fladstol.

The groom is the son of Keith and Marina Turberville of Athens. He is the grandson of Grace Akin of Huntsville, and the late James Akin and the late Andrew and Margaret Turberville.

The bride was given in marriage by Terry Fladstol.

The maid of honor was Emily Jones and matron of honor was Jessica Ellis. Bridal attendants were Erin Fischer, Ashley Abraham, Lana Chism, Hannah Morris and Lauren Wheat.

The flower girl was Payton Fladstol, the niece of the bride.

The brother of the groom, Drew Turberville, served as best man. Groomsmen were Jonathan Adams, David Busby, Scott Johnson, Grant Harbin, Jarrod Harrison and Elliott Malone.

The ringbearer was Luke Fladstol, nephew of the bride.

Music was provided by Grant Harbin.

A reception followed the ceremony at Magnolia Springs Manor.

After a wedding cruise through the Bahamas, the couple returned home to McCalla.

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