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Keck, Matthews



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Katherine and Andrew Matthews
Katherine Mary Keck and Andrew Wilton Matthews, both of North Myrtle Beach, S.C., were united in marriage Oct. 12 at Pawleys Island Plantation in Pawleys Island, S.C. The Rev. Benji Simmons officiated. A reception followed at Pawleys Plantation.

The bride is the daughter of Karen and Robert Keck of Butler. Parents of the bridegroom are Lisa and Allen Matthews of Florence, S.C.
The honor attendant was Casey Cavalero of Lakewood, N.Y. Bridesmaids included Ashton Angeloni of Butler, Audra Albert of Butler, Emily Wayne of Little River, S.C., Liz McCurdy of Greenville, Pa., and Lauren Gainey of Florence.
The flower girl was Rebekah Goodwin of Florence.
Performing the duties of best man was Allen Matthews of Florence. Ushers included Derek Wood of Orlando, Fla., Brandon Fowler of Florence, Ross Montgomery of Philadelphia, Clark Floyd of Florence and Bobby Keck of Nashville, Tenn.
The ring bearer was Nathan Albert of Butler.
The bride is a 2005 graduate of Butler High School and a 2013 graduate of Coastal Carolina University.
She is employed by Arts Alive in Little River, S.C.
The bridegroom graduated from West Florence High School in 2003.
He is employed by Raymond Corporation in Charlotte, N.C.
The couple is making their home in North Myrtle Beach.





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