PARMA -- Michelle Dawn Masters and William Barry Aycock exchanged wedding vows in a 2 p.m. ceremony July 26, 2003, at the First Baptist Church in Parma before the Rev. John Girdley.
The bride is the daughter of Randy and Debbie Masters of Marble Hill and parents of the bridegroom are Bobby Aycock Sr. and Doris Aycock of Parma.
Music for the ceremony was provided by vocalists Elizabeth Murray and Michelle Aycock of Parma, Chris Masters of Marble Hill, vocalist and musician Debbie Masters of Marble Hill and musician Debbie Lewis of Parma.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride's honor attendants were her brother, Chris Masters of Marble Hill and Ann Aycock of Dexter, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Flower girl was Grace Masters, daughter of Bob and Annie Masters of Altenburg.
The bridegroom's honor attendants were his brothers, Bobby Aycock Jr. of Parma and Brad Aycock of Dexter. Ring bearer was Dylan Cass, son of Jeff and Kim Cass of Lonoke, Ark.
Ushers were Nick Hughey of Sullivan, Kyle Trentham of St. Louis and John Keaster of Cape Girardeau and Donna Daniel of Jackson was candlelighter.
The wedding reception was held at the Parma Community Center, where guests were served by Kim Hampton of Parma, Cathy Trentham and Jennifer Trentham of Marble Hill, Sarah Trentham of Oakland City, Ind., and Doris Denton of Beebe, Ark.
Following a honeymoon trip to Puerto Rico, the couple is making their home in Parma.