Victoria Riner and Caunr Gregory - Wedding And Engagements

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Victoria Riner and Caunr Gregory

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Posted: Tuesday, August 15, 2017 10:46 am

Victoria Riner and Caunr Gregory were married August 5, 2017 at Valdosta church of Christ with J.P. Kroplin officiating. A reception followed at Locust Hill in Tuscumbia.

The bride is the daughter of Junior and Laura Riner of Tuscumbia. She is a graduate of Deshler High School and Northwest Shoals Community College with an Associate’s in Science degree in Biology. She is currently employed at Aunt Bea’s Bakery and Bistro.

The groom is the son of Len and Annette Gregory of Tuscumbia. He is a graduate of Deshler High School and attended the University of North Alabama for two years majoring in Biblical Studies. He has been accepted to attend Memphis School of Preaching.

The bride was given in marriage by her parents.

Maid of honor was Sarah Green of Muscle Shoals. Bridesmaids were Amber Kropelin, Kerra Peppers, Ravyn Riddle, Mary Davis, Lauren Cantrell, Savanah Clement, all of Tuscumbia; Tina Layne of Muscle Shoals; and Chaylee Davis of Spring Valley. Flower girls were Melody Layne of Muscle Shoals and Paisley Richardson of Tuscumbia.

Best man was the groom’s father, Len Gregory of Tuscumbia. Groomsmen were Bob Gregory of Sheffield; T.J. Riner, Zach Landers, Hunter Landers of Tuscumbia; Noah Green, Jordan Herbster, Christian Williams of Muscle Shoals; and Seth Turbyfill of Florence. The groomsmen also served as ushers. Ring bearers were John Layne of Muscle Shoals, and Kelton Gregory and Terren Kropelin of Tuscumbia.

After a honeymoon trip to Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla., the couple will be residing in Memphis, Tenn.

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