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Emily and Jordan Lamb

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KUTTAWA - Emily Gayle Timmons and Jordan Kyle Lamb were united in marriage April 4, 2014, at Hopewell Baptist Church in Kuttawa. The Rev. James Driver officiated. Music was provided by Shannon Anglin, pianist; Barry McDowell, guitarist; and Kenneth Sullinger, vocalist.

The bride is the daughter of Jayne Timmons of Kuttawa and Roger Timmons of Kuttawa. She is the granddaughter of Wanda Vales of Grand Rivers and the late Oscar Vales, and Betty Timmons of Kuttawa and the late Nelson Timmons.

The groom is the son of Lee and Gatha Lamb of Tiline. He is the grandson of Gerald and June Lamb of West Paducah, and Margie Anglin of Tiline and the late Bernard Anglin.

The bride chose her sister, Mrs. Dena Leonard of Calvert City, as her matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Leslee Lamb of Tiline, sister of the groom; and Miss Samantha Wendell of Grand Rivers. Miss Carman Ramage served as the flower girl.

The groom chose Justin Reynolds of Mayfield, Justin Dunn of Paducah and Austin Eskew of Grand Rivers as his best men. Clayton Timmons of Kuttawa served as an usher along with Cliff Anglin of Tiline, who also served as candlelighter.

A reception followed. Marie Anglin of Tiline attended the guest registry.

The bride is a 2010 graduate of Lyon County High School and is a student at West Kentucky Community & Technical College.

The groom is a 2010 graduate of Livingston Central High School and is a 2013 graduate of West Kentucky Community & Technical College. He is employed by James Built of Paducah.

The couple resides in Kuttawa.

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