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Carpenter, Griffin wed
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Colby Griffin
Amanda Pauline Carpenter and Benjamin Colby Griffin were married Saturday, May 4, 2013, at Centenary United Methodist Church, in New Bern. The officiating minister for the 4:30 p.m. ceremony was Pastor Susan Pate Greenwood.

The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Mary Carpenter of New Bern. She is the granddaughter of Everette and Maxine Carpenter and the late Alex and Rose Linko.

The groom’s parents are Dwayne and Brenda Griffin of Red Oak. He is the grandson of Carolyn Vanhook, the late Billy Vanhook, and the late Charlie and Maxine Griffin.

A program of nuptial music was presented by Paul Saik, pianist, organist and soloist.

The bride was given in marriage by her father.

Matrons of honor were Rebecca Scott of Rhems and Julie Bullock of Clayton.

Bridesmaids were Amy McClain of Garner, McLean Ellis of Chapel Hill, and Elizabeth Burkhart of Raleigh.

Flower girls were Claire Scott and Cala Finch.

Dwayne Griffin of Red Oak was best man.

Groomsmen were Phillip Carpenter of New Bern, James Bullock of Clayton, Chris Hart of Goldston, Wesley Boone of Red Oak, Trent Scott of Rhems, Brad Jones of Apex, and Corbin Griffin of Red Oak.

Brandy Cook and Claire Griffin were program attendants. As You Wish Bakery, The Flame Catering, Jim Woltjen of Distinctive Images and BTA Entertainment were also participants.

The bride attended NCSU and is currently attending nursing school

The groom attended NCSU and is currently employed as a horticulturalist at Tryon Palace.

Following a wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple will make their home in New Bern.

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