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Wedding: Croley

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Stacey Anne Page and Christopher Shane Croley were married Sept. 28, 2013, at Finchville Baptist Church in Finchville.

Parents of the bride are Marty and Rachael Page of Finchville. The groom is the son of Donald and Mary Virginia Croley of Georgetown. Grandparents of the bride are Jim Conti and Merilynn Page, the late Mary Catherine Conti and Harold and Delores May Page, all of Louisville. Grandparents of the groom are the late Norman Roy and Mary Wattie Crawford and Fred and Hazel Croley.

Rev. John Babri officiated the ceremony.

The honor attendants were Christy Page-Miner of Finchville and Caytie Page-Burgin of Shelbyville, both sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids were Kristen Holloway of Finchville, Morgan Phillips of Lexington, Caty Osborn of Lawrenceburg, Victoria Wilson of Georgetown and Natasha Gentry of Louisville, all friends of the bride.

The best man was Tom Kent of Danville. Groomsmen were Shawn Croley of Memphis, brother of the groom; Casey Page of Finchville, brother of the bride; Josh Miner of Finchville and Matt Burgin of Shelbyville, brothers-in-law of the bride; and Brandon Wilson of Georgetown and Brock Klein of Danville, friends of the groom.

Ring bearer was Caleb Joshua Miner of Finchville, nephew of the bride, and flower girl was Katelynn Monk of Dothen, Ga., niece of the groom.

Ushers were Bert and Kelly Hummel of Georgia, cousins of the bride; and Sarah Jennings of Nashville and Jensen Riddle of Louisville, friends of the groom.

Scripture reading was by Jim Conti, grandfather of the bride. Worship was led by Sarah Jennings and Jensen Riddle, friends of the groom.

A dinner-and-dance reception followed the ceremony at Finchville Park in Finchville. The couple was driven to the reception by Susan Hummel, aunt of the bride, and Jeff Carraway, friend of the bride, in a red, Percheron-drawn carriage adorned with hydrangeas and lace.

After a honeymoon trip to Playa del Carmen in Mexico, the couple resides in Louisville.