Harvey ~ Rhodes Wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Rhodes

Mr. and Mrs. Charles

Lee Rhodes

Alicia Emily Harvey and Charles Lee Rhodes were united in marriage at The Laboratory Mill in Lincolnton on June 7, 2014. Rev. Dale Pederson officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony.

Alicia is the daughter of Sherry and Sam Hovis of Stanley and Mack and Sonia Harvey of Lincolnton. Her grandparents are Faye Stroup of Vale, Julia McLurd Harvey of Lincolnton, the late William Spencer, and the late Ause Harvey. She is a graduate of Appalachian State University and is employed as an athletic trainer with Carolinas Healthcare System.

Charles is the son of Larry and Renee Rhodes of Vale. His grandparents are Charles and Patsy Beam of Vale, the late William Lee Rhodes, and the late Olene Rhodes. He is self employed as an electrician.

Matron of Honor was Natalie Harvey Roth and Maid of Honor was Heather Helms. Bridesmaids were Melissa Bell, Kimberly Beal, Amber Rhodes, and Kayleigh Rhodes.

Best man was Larry Rhodes. Groomsmen were Michael Rhodes, Ryan Rhodes, Luke Heafner, Charlie Heafner, Darrell Wallace, and Cale Cornwell.

Flower girls were Bryleigh Rhodes, Makynli Rhodes, Grace Roth and Riley Roth.

Music was performed by the Spencer Mountain Quintet. The wedding was directed by Pat Heafner.

A reception was held at The Laboratory Mill. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by Renee and Larry Rhodes at Cedar Grove Lutheran Church in Vale.

The couple was honored with two bridal showers, one bridesmaid luncheon, and one handyman shower.

After a Carribean cruise the couple resides in Lincolnton.

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