Stanley, Green

October 7, 2012 

Logan and Nicholas Green

Logan Elizabeth Stanley and Nicholas Raye Green of Beaufort were married at 4:30 pm on September 15, 2012, in a riverside garden ceremony at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Marc Reichel, sister and brother-in-law of the bride.

The bride is the daughter of Dick and Sharon Stanley of Beaufort.  She is the granddaughter of Francis and Priscilla Walsh of Fripp Island and the late Lucille Freuler of Petaluma, Ca.

The groom is the son of Jay and Sheryl Green of Beaufort. He is the grandson of William and Deborah Green and Roland and Maxine Moore of Beaufort.

The Rev. Wayne Lewis of Columbia officiated the ceremony.

The bride was given by her father.

Marjory Lee Mitchell of Fripp Island served as the maid of honor.

Bridesmaids were Lindsey Green, sister of the groom, and Stephanie Whiteside, both of Beaufort; Alison Huffstetler of New York City, and Brooke Wortman of Columbia. Junior bridesmaid was Keating Reichel and flower girl was Ambrose Reichel, nieces of the bride.

Creg Green of Beaufort, brother of the groom, served as best man.

Groomsmen were Tradd Stanley, brother of the bride; Charles Wersler, and Jessie Whiteside, cousins of the groom; and Nathan Sanborn, all of Beaufort; and Josh Whiteside, cousin of the groom, of Coraopolis, Pa.

Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Sanctuary Golf Club on Cat Island.

The bride attended the University of South Carolina and is currently completing her Associate’s Degree in Office Administration at TCL. She is employed with Beaufort ENT and Allergy.

The groom attended Coker College. He is employed with the family business Jay’s Auto Sales in Beaufort.

Following a honeymoon in the Florida Keys, the couple now resides in Beaufort.

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