Sally Ferguson, Rick Boulanger wed

Enquirer HeraldMarch 26, 2009 

Mrs.Sally Anne Furguson Boulanger


First Baptist Church in Kershaw was the setting Saturday, March 14, 2009, for the marriage of Sally Ann Ferguson of Clemson and Rick Boulanger of Seneca.

The Rev. Bryant Fersner officiated at the 4 p.m. ceremony. A reception followed at the church's ministry center.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferguson of Kershaw. She is the granddaughter of Sallie Hegler of Kershaw, the late Howard Hegler, Betty Ferguson of Clover and the late Bill Ferguson.

Sally Ann graduated from Clemson University and is a fourth grade teacher at Townville Elementary School, Townville.

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boulanger of Seneca. He is the grandson of Mrs. Cecile Boulanger of Central Falls, R.I., the late Mr. Arthur Boulanger and the late Mr. and Mrs. Agostinho Coelho. Rick graduated from Tri-County Technical College, and is a student at Clemson University, and a landscape supervisor for the university.

The bride was given in marriage by her father.

Matron of honor was Henri Baker. Honor attendants were Sue McAbee, Brooke O'Neal, Hope Wiegand. Bridesmaids were Jenny Jones, Mika Sinclair, Kelly Southard, Sherrie Ferguson, Shelly McCall, Jessica Alexander, Lottye Powell, and Heather Johnson. Honorary bridesmaids were Rachel Reyes, Brenna Boulanger and Leigh Ann Buckner.

Flower girls were Renee Boulanger and Leigh Anna Johnson.

Best man was the bridegroom's father. Groomsmen were Jeremy Boulanger, William Ferguson, Jeff Baker, Elliott Southard, Mark Elingburg, Brandon and Allen Powell. Junior groomsmen were Jacob Johnson and Nicholas Boulanger.

Music for the ceremony was performed by organist and pianist, Mary Kate Small, keyboardist, Donna Vincent, trumpeter, Gordan Hann and vocalist was Elizabeth Johnson.

A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the bridegroom's parents, was held at the Old Armory Steakhouse in Camden.

After a honeymoon at the Dominican Republic, the newlyweds will make their home in Clemson.

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