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Killebrew-Scholl Wedding - Dothan Eagle: Lifestyles

Killebrew-Scholl Wedding

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Posted: Sunday, March 24, 2013 12:00 am

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Howard Killebrew, Sr. of Abbeville, Alabama announce the marriage of their daughter Sara Catherine (Kate) Killebrew to Aaron Kendal Scholl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Raymond Scholl of Dothan, Alabama.  The wedding, officiated by Rev. Greg Brown, took place at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 7:00 in the evening.

The Bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lester Herndon Killebrew and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chan Vickrey, all of Abbeville.  She is a 2007 graduate of Abbeville Christian Academy and a 2012 graduate from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design.  She served as president of the Auburn chapter of the International Interior Design Association her senior year.  She recently won first place awards from both of Alabama’s Interior Design professional organizations: IIDA’s  commercial design competition and ASID’s portfolio competition.  Kate is currently employed as a Designer at Hodges & Associates Architecture in Dallas, TX.

The Groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vernon Scholl of Fort Martin, West Virginia and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie David Beabout of East Brady, Pennsylvania.   He is a 2007 graduate of Troy University Dothan with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting concentration degree and a 2011 graduate of Cumberland School of Law at Samford University with a Juris Doctor degree.  He recently passed the Texas bar exams and CPA exams.

The wedding ceremony took place on the bridge at the Virginia Hand Callaway Discovery Center.  Matron of Honor was Megan Armstrong Yarbrough of Headland, Alabama, and Maid of Honor was Marybeth Murphy of Abbeville.  Bridesmaids were Micah Pelham of Abbeville, and cousin of the bride, Page Redden of Montgomery.  The flower girl was Brailyn Werner from Dothan.   Donald Scholl, father of the groom served as a groomsman with Nick Werner of Dothan serving as Best man.  Other groomsmen were Reid Holderfield of Dothan, and brother of the bride, Charles Killebrew of Auburn.  Howard Killebrew, brother of the bride from Longmont, Colorado, served as an usher.  Special recognition in memory of the following loved ones was noted in the program:   Mr. Dustin Clayton Scholl, uncle of the groom, Mr. Kevin Blake Kelly, friend of the couple, and the grandparents of the bride.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an organza dress with beaded strapless bodice and dropped waist line which accentuated the lace trimmed skirt and semi-cathedral train.    The Bridesmaids wore champagne colored knee length dresses in their chosen style.  The bouquets were soft yellow and contained natural materials.

Harpist, Lisa Handman of Atlanta, provided wedding music.  Claire de Lune by Claude Debussy was played for the seating of the parents and grandparents, Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin was played for the wedding party processional and Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel was used for the Bridal Processional.  Your Song by Elton John, a favorite of the bridal couple,was played for the Recessional.

All flowers for the wedding and reception were by Details of the Garden, Pine Mountain.    Assisting with the wedding were Sandy Armstrong and Sarah William, friends of the bride’s family, Carolina Ruiz and Laura Serota, friends of the bride, and the bride’s aunts, Lillian Vickrey Weaver and Sara Vickrey May. The Wedding Director was Paulette Martin Riley of Abbeville.

A buffet dinner reception, hosted by the parents of the bride, was held inside the Discovery Center.  Tony Brook, world recognized local Auburn guitarist, provided music for the dinner and dance.   The groom’s parents entertained with an after rehearsal dinner party at Laurel Hall inside Callaway Gardens. 

After enjoying a honeymoon in Costa Rica, the couple resides at 14000 Noel Road, Dallas Texas.

Prior to the wedding, several parties were held.  Earlier in the summer, a large reception/shower was given by friends of the bride’s mother at the home of Paulette and Buddy Riley in Abbeville, a luncheon at the Dothan Country Club was given by aunts of the bride, and the bridesmaid luncheon, held at  the Highlands Club House in Dothan, was given by Maribeth Bedsole, Gina Murphy, Sandra Barton, Sandy Armstrong, Marybeth Murphy and Megan Yarbrough,


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