Epperson — Ker
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Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Epperson
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Epperson
Suzanna Apsara Ker of Chattanooga and Clinton Andrew Epperson of Cleveland were married in an afternoon ceremony on Aug. 25, 2012, at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Chattanooga.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vanna Ker and the late Chou Ker. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. In Siv Ly, the late Mr. and Mrs. Sary Ker, and the late Mr. Chung Teg.

The bridegroom is the son of Dennis and Rhee Epperson of Cleveland. He is the grandson of Don R. and Doris B. Epperson of Cleveland and the late Claude T. and Dorothy H. Baker.

The wedding was officiated by Pastor Walt Alexander and the presentation of the bride and bridegroom was given by Pastor Chuck Lester. The prayer for the couple was given by Pastor Eric Mullinax.

Nuptial music was played on the piano by the aunt of the bridegroom, Janice Baker, and guitarist, David Wells. Soloists performing were cousin of the bridegroom, Cara Baker, along with Emily Purnell, Jessica Watson and David Wells.

The matron of honor was sister of the bride, Lorina Young of Georgia. The bridesmaids included the sister of the bride, Deanna Ker of Chattanooga; sister of the bridegroom, Brooke Epperson of Cleveland; cousins of the bride Amy Teg and Kelly Teg; Anna Erinle; Michelle Ettlinger; Renee McBride; Maria Rosales; and Candice Lott.

The flower girls were Reannah Pack, niece of the bride, and Layla Townsend of Knoxville. The ring bearer was nephew of the bride, Cade Young.

Joseph Clay of Knoxville served as best man. Groomsmen were cousins of the bridegroom, Bobby White and Charlie White, both of Cleveland; Greg Downs of Memphis; Jim Bocock, Jeremy Medford, Stephen Hirst, Micah Dever and Gabe Surovery, all of Knoxville; and Jonathan Juarbe of Cleveland.

The guestbook attendants were cousin of the bridegroom, Jessie White of Cleveland, and cousin of the bride, Katy Teg of Chattanooga. The gift attendant was Tekeshia King.

The parents of the bride gave the reception at Alhambra Shrine following the wedding in Chattanooga.

After a wedding trip to Maui, Hawaii, for a week, the couple is now at home in Chattanooga.