Parents of the bride are Randy and Debbie Masters of Marble Hill, and parents of the bridegroom are Bobby and Doris Aycock of Parma.
Music was provided by Chris Masters of Marble Hill, brother of the bride; Elizabeth Murray of Parma, friend of the bride and bridegroom; Debbie Masters of Marble Hill, mother of the bride; Debbie Lewis of Parma, friend of the bride and bridegroom; and Michelle Aycock, the bride.
The honor attendants for the bride were Chris Masters of Marble Hill and Ann Aycock of Dexter, sister-in-law of the bridegroom.
The flower girl was Grace Masters, daughter of Bob and Annie Masters of Altenburg, cousin of the bride.
The ring bearer was Dylan Cass, son of Jeff and Kim Cass of Lonoke, Ark., cousin of the bride.
The candlelighter was Donna Daniel of Jackson, aunt of the bride.
The bridegroom's honor attendants were as follows: Bobby Aycock, Jr. of Parma, and Brad Aycock of Dexter, both brothers of the bridegroom.
Ushers were Nick Hughey of Sullivan, friend of the bride and bridegroom; Kyle Trentham of St. Louis, cousin of the bride; and John Keaster of Cape Girardeau, friend of the bride and bridegroom.
A rehearsal dinner was held July 25, 2003, at First Baptist Church of Parma provided by Little House Restaurant of Bernie.
The reception was held at Parma Community Center immediately following the wedding ceremony. The servers were Kim Hampton of Parma, friend of the bride and bridegroom; Cathy Trentham of Marble Hill, aunt of the bride; Jennifer Trentham of Glen Allen, aunt of the bride; Sarah Trentham of Oakland City, Ind., aunt of the bride; and Doris Denton of Beebe, Ark., aunt of the bride.
The guest book attendant was Alyssa Butler of Dexter, cousin of the bridegroom.
The bride graduated from Bernie High School and from Southeast Missouri State University with a B.S. in Elementary Education. She is currently employed at her husband's place of business, Aycock Agricultural Services and Agxplore International.
The bridegroom graduated from Risco High School and from Southeast Missouri State University and a M.S. from University of Missouri-Columbia; Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University. He currently owns and operates Aycock Agricultural Services and Agxplore International.
After a honeymoon to Puerto Rico, the couple will reside at Parma.
This wedding did not meet The Daily Statesman's 30-day requirement for publication for free publication of wedding announcements and therefore is being printed for a charge.