Mr. and Mrs. Walton Marvin Daugherty III

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Wedding: McCarthy-Daugherty

Published 8:24pm Saturday, December 1, 2012


Jessica Leigh McCarthy and Walton Marvin Daugherty III were married September 21, 2012, at the Boat House Chapel at Bonnet Island Estate, Long Beach Island, NJ. Bishop George R. Lucey officiated the double ring ceremony. Music for the wedding was by the Glenn Dewey String Quartet of  “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band.
The bride is the daughter of Dr. John and Mrs. Kathy McCarthy of Missouri City, TX. The groom is the son of Mr. Marvin and Mrs. Alice Daugherty of Greenville, NC.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was Lauren Felt of West Chester, PA. Bridesmaids were Katie McCarthy of Katy, TX; Kelley McGee of Jackson, NJ; Lauren Brutsman of Neptune City, NJ; Diana Colton of Tarrytown, NY; Mary Fluhr of Neptune City, NJ; Suzy Reibrich of Neptune City, NJ; Laura Anastasia of  Tarrytown, NY; Megan McVay of Neptune City, NJ; Jenna Cassidy of El Segundo, CA; Megan Timmins of Avon, NJ.
Flower girls were Quinn McCarthy of Katy, TX; Cassidy McCarthy of Alexandria, VA, and Katie Fluhr of Neptune City, NJ.
Serving as best men for the groom were Justin Daugherty of Chicago, IL, and Brent Daugherty of San Francisco, CA. Groomsmen were Sean McCarthy of Katy, TX; Kevin McCarthy of Houston, TX; Greg Eaddy of Waxhaw, NC, and Paul Buckman of Washington, NC. Ushers were Jon McLaughlin of Washington, NC, and Keith Hinnant of Goldsboro, NC.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Bonnet Island Estate. An after-rehearsal dinner, hosted by Marvin and Alice Daugherty, was held at Antoinetta’s Restaurant.
The couple will reside in San Francisco.

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