DRAFFENVILLE — Kristen Grace Fritz and David Kyle Dick were united in marriage Aug. 3 at Zion’s Cause Baptist Church in Draffenville with Dr. Charles Frazier officiating. Music was presented by Karen Lee of Independence, vocalist.
The bride is the daughter of Mark and Venita Fritz of Benton. She is the granddaughter of Charles and Roberta Lee of Hodgenville and the late Ed Fritz and the late Aileen Fritz.
The groom is the son of Danny and Sandra Dick of Mayfield. He is the grandson of the late James and Sue McGill and the late Chester and Irene Dick.
The bride chose Miss Casey Goodson of Elizabethtown as her maid of honor. Miss Alyssa Roach of Paducah served as bridesmaid. Serving as flower girl was Miss Emily Dick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dick of Owensboro.
The groom chose his brother, Daniel Dick, as his best man. Groomsman was Jon Barclay of Elizabethtown. Kaidyn Poe served as ringbearer. Serving as ushers were Carson Lee, Charlie Lee and Philip Lee, all of Independence, and Scott Goodson of Elizabethtown.
A reception followed at Green Turtle Bay Conference Center in Grand Rivers.
The bride is a graduate of Marshall County High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from Murray State University, where she is pursuing a master’s degree in speech language pathology. She is employed by The Retreat.
The groom is a graduate of Mayfield High School and attended Murray State University. He is employed by the Kentucky State Police.
The couple reside in Murray.