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Hill-Cochran – WEDDING

Published 2:54pm Tuesday, June 10, 2014

 

Paige Bissette Hill and Philip Elliot Cochran were united in marriage on May 24, 2014 at 4:30 pm at the home of the bride’s parents in Bath,
N C.  Rev. Curtis White officiated in the double ring  ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Fred & Deidra Hill of Bath, NC.

The groom is the son of Dan & Rae Cochran of Washington, NC. He is the grandson of Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Davis of Rockingham, North Carolina.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a slim A-line strapless gown, bodice with ruched organza and satin band with Swarovski crystals defining the natural waistline and lace covered skirt. She had a fingertip veil with a crystal border. Her bouquet was a mixture of beaded flowers and hydrangeas.

Cortney Ferguson, sister of bride, of Greenville, NC served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Lauren Cowin of Bear Grass, NC, Caroline Phillips, Heather Black, and Brittany Shaw, all of Washington, NC and Brigette Dickson of Greenville, NC. Bridesmaids wore knee length navy lace dresses.

The best man was Matthew Cochran, brother of groom, Asheville, NC. Groomsmen were Josh Green, Zak Keech, and Steven Kendall, all of Washington, NC,  Paul McNeil,  of Morehead, NC, and
T J Jackson, Jr. of Greenville, NC. Bonner
Ferguson, nephew of bride,  of Greenville, NC served as ring bearer.

Mistress of Ceremony was Jennifer Walker.
Register attendant was Skyler Lagcher.

A reception, hosted by the bride’s parents, was held at the Washington Yacht & Country Club.

An after-rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom’s parents, was held at the Turnage Theater in Washington, NC.

The bride received a BS and MaEd in Elementary Education from ECU. She is employed by
Beaufort County Schools.

The groom received a BA in Chemistry from NCSU, and a BS in Biology from ECU. He is
currently enrolled in ECU School of Dental
Medicine graduating in May 2015

The couple will reside in Washington, NC.

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