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2009-05-22 / Society

Miss Dail and Mr.Agee exchange vows May 16, 2009

Kathryn Fae Dail and Stephen Kyle Agee were married May 16, 2009, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church at 6 pm. The Rev. Dr. Tony Allen Metze performed the double ring ceremony. Music was provided by Whetsell McDaniel, organist; Tony Roebuck, trumpeter; and Charles Stubbs, soloist.

Mrs. Stephen Kyle Agee Mrs. Stephen Kyle Agee The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alan Dail. Her maternal grandparents are Mrs. Fae Hennies Williams and the late Mr. Jack Carroll Williams Sr. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. Winfred Jesse Dail and the late Mrs. Joyce Escue Dail. She graduated from Richland Northeast High School and summa cum laude from Wofford College with a BS in chemistry. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of South Carolina earning a doctorate of pharmacy. She is employed by Wal- Mart Pharmacy.

The bridegroom is the son of Mr.and Mrs. John Harris Agee of Richburg, South Carolina. His maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Talmadge Outen of Lancaster, S.C. His paternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Garnett Agee Sr. of Richburg. He graduated from Lewisville High School in Richburg and The Citadel with a BS in mathematics and also received a juris doctor from the University of South Carolina. He also earned an LLM in taxation from the University of Florida. He is an associate with the law firm of James C. Hardin III, PLLC in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a formal gown of white silk with an organza and alençon lace overlay designed with a strapless scalloped lace neckline. A silk sash was tied at the natural waist and adorned with a brooch from the bride's great aunt, Mrs. Lucy Hennies Behles. The A- line skirt featured scattered lace appliques down the front and back and a hemline bordered with scalloped lace continued around the chapel train. The bride wore a single tiered chapel length veil of bridal illusion made by her cousin, Mrs. Laurie Hennies Seel. She carried a posy bouquet of blue hydrangeas, white roses, and stephanotis flowers wrapped with a piece of her mother's veil.

Kimberly Helen Dail, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Ann Michelle Nichols; Patricia Ann Pruitt of Charleston, South Carolina; Gretchen Williams Beckham; Leanna Hunt Walker; and Nancy Kincaid Gunter of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

The junior bridesmaids was Morgan Noel Broom of Fort Mill, South Carolina, niece of the bridegroom. The flower girl was Natalie Gale Broom of Fort Mill, niece of the bridegroom.

The father of the bridegroom served as best man. The groomsmen were Douglas Walker MacKelcan III of Charleston; Craig Michael Pisarikk; Seth Cole Rose; Christopher Ryan Taylor of Florence, South Carolina; William Sean Nelson of Fort Mill; and William Patrick Lacivita of Seneca, South Carolina.

Pierce Randol Nolff served as crucifer and Michael Thomas Hanzlik was the acolyte. Amanda Margaret Seel and Mary Logan Dail of Charlotte, North Carolina, were program attendants.

A reception followed at Spring Valley Country Club. Following a honeymoon to St. Lucia, the couple will reside in Rock Hill.

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