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Fry-Malloy

Sunday, July 18, 2004

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Heather Renaee Fry and Roger Allen Malloy were united in marriage on June 12, 2004, at 2 p.m. at Essex Harvest Assembly of God Church. Pastor Mike Brown performed the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Allen Fry of Dexter, and the bridegroom is the son of Roger and Kim Malloy of Essex.

Charlotte Meredith was the pianist, and Melody Watkins sang "Only God Could Love You More". Diane and Billy Lane were the sound technicians.

All pews for the bride's side were adorned with purple bows on the end. The bridegroom's side had yellow bows. The front pews had candle arrangements that attached to the end with bows.

The bride was escorted by her father, Allen Fry.

The bride wore a white, strapless cathedral length dress with beading on the top and sheer fabric overlay on the back. The bride's veil was sheer with rhinestone beading. The bouquet was of daisies, purple roses and baby's breath.

The maid of honor was Stephanie Gaines of Dexter; the matron of honor was Amy McNew of Advance, both friends of the bride; Melissa Bostic of Bloomfield and Ashley Lane of Essex, both cousins of the bridegroom.

The attendants wore lavender strapless gowns with asymmetrical waistlines and carried long-stemmed yellow roses with lavender ribbon.

The best man was Allen Farmer of Dexter, friend of the bridegroom, Wesley Fry, brother of the bride from Dexter, Paul Malloy, uncle of the bridegroom, and Adam Lane, cousin of the bridegroom, both from Essex.

The men wore two-notch black, Tommy Hilfiger tuxedoes. The groomsmen wore pale yellow vests with long neckties. The fathers and the bridegroom wore white vests with white neckties.

The bridegroom's mother wore a yellow, floral print, A-line, knee-length dress and a yellow rose corsage.

A cake reception was held at the church and a reception at the Dexter Eagles Club.

Diane Lane was the cake and punch server. Jimmy and Jaime Fry were the DJ's at the reception.

Jim Elliott of Sikeston was the photographer.

After a wedding trip to the Smoky Mountains, the couple will reside in Dexter.

The bride is a 2002 graduate of Dexter High School and currently attending Southeast Missouri Hospital College. She is a travel consultant at Entertainment Tour Design in Dexter.

The bridegroom is a 2001 graduate of Richland High School and a 2004 graduate of Cape Career and Technology. He is employed as a tire technician at Advance Automotive and sales associate at Dexter Wal-Mart.