August Wedding Vows Exchanged

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thibodeaux

 Sheree Ann Toothman of Cleveland, Okla. and Billy Wayne Thibodeaux of McAlester, Okla. exchanged wedding vows on August 30, 2014. The wedding took place at Outdoor I Do’s in Sand Springs with Donna Dean presiding.

 The bride is the daughter of Greta and Jim Treece of Cleveland and Tony Toothman of Corpus Christi, Tex. She is a 2011 graduate of Cleveland High School and is employed as a hairstylist at Lateada Hair Salon.

 The groom is the son of Tanya and Wade Turney of McAlester and Bill and Rhonda Thibodeaux of Crowder, Okla. He is a 2007 graduate from Savannah High School and is employed as a LPN, Marine Corps and the Oklahoma State Penitentiary.

 Attendants were: maid of honor, Ashley Toothman of Tulsa and bridesmaid, Jessi Treece of Cleveland both sisters of the bride also bridesmaid, Hannah Petterson of Tulsa, best friend of the bride. The flower girls were Alyssa Lewis of McAlester and Alana Kendrick of Houston, both nieces of the groom.

 The Best Man was Josh Kendrick of Houston, Texas brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Frederick Rillo of Los Angeles, Calif. and Nicolas Robinson of Raleigh N.C. both friends of the groom. The ring bearers were Johnny Deboer of Inola, Okla., cousin of the bride and Joshua Kendrick of Houston, nephew of the groom.

 Jim Treece, step-father of the bride gave the bride away.

 Sheree wore a beaded ivory lace dress and veil and carried a bouquet of coral gerber daisies and roses with baby’s breath and green succulent.

 The groom wore khaki pants and vest with a turquoise shirt.

 After a week long honeymoon trip to Miami Beach, Fla. the newlyweds are making their home in McAlester.

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