TABATHA LIPFORD JASON DINOBILE
TABATHA LIPFORDJASON DINOBILE
MURRAY, Ky. -- Tabatha Dawn Lipford and Jason Matthew DiNobile were united in marriage during a 2 p.m. ceremony solemnized by the bride's grandfather, the Rev. James Lipford, on June 8 at Calvary Temple Church.
After a reception at Oaks Country Club, the couple left on a wedding trip to Paducah, Ky.
They live in Murray.
Dwight and Kathy Lipford, 1205 Cresswood Place, are parents of the bride, and the groom is a son of Joe and Harriet DiNobile, 502 Wilkinson Ave., Youngstown.
The bride's white satin gown featured a gently scooped neckline and a beaded bodice, and the skirt flowed into a chapel train. Her waist-length veil was gathered to a pearl tiara.
A silver gown was worn by the honor attendant, Carey Lipford of Murray, the bride's sister-in-law, and flower girl was her cousin, Tiffany McGrew, also of Murray.
Joe DiNobile of Youngstown served as best man for his brother, and the ring bearer was the bride's cousin, Daniel McGrew of Murray. Guests were ushered by her cousin, Nathen Wenger of Jonesboro, Ill., and her uncle, David Williams of Anna, Ill.
The bride studied counseling with the Life House program in Murray.
The groom, an environmental technician with Murray Calloway County Hospital, graduated from Repo City Master's Commission, a Berean University curriculum, in Lowellville, with a degree in ministry. He served with the Civil Air Patrol from 1994 to 1998.