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Maggie Allison Green and Raleigh James Killen were married December 8, 2018 in a 5:00 afternoon ceremony at Lone Cedar Church of Christ with Rickey Green, father of the bride, officiating. The reception was held at Danclay Farms following the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Rickey and Alice Green of Rogersville. She is the granddaughter of Dorothy Butler and the late Ingram Butler and Jean Green and the late Carl Green, all of Rogersville.

The groom is the son of Brad and Keri Killen of Killen. He is the grandson of Derrick and Rebecca Killen of Greenhill and the late Chester and June Davis of Petersville.

The bride chose a white Robert Bullock gown from Kathleen’s Bridal in Madison.

Matron of honor was Mollie Ball, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Morgan Killen and Lindsey Killen, sisters of the groom; Haley Dison and Ashley Darracott, friends of the bride. Flower girls were Ella Claire Butler, Lizzie Hines, and Lillie Meyer.

Best man was the groom’s father, Brad Killen. Groomsmen were Matthew Stutts, Garrett Grigsby, Tanner Shaw, and Houston Wallace, all friends of the groom. Ring bearers were Cruise Haynes and Hudson Penfield.

Wedding director and floral designer was Dawn Pettus. The wedding cake and groom’s cake were made by Mollie Parker. Reception entertainment was provided by Wendell and Kendell Dean. Hair stylist was Mandi Beavers and make-up artist was Abby Stovall. Photographer was JBY Photography.

The couple departed from the reception in the same vehicle the groom’s parents departed in after their wedding - the groom’s late grandfather’s 1948 Chevy Convertible.

For their honeymoon, the couple took a Caribbean cruise.

They are now residing in Rogersville.

Photos by JBY Photography

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