MURRAY — Alison Lynn Colley and Christopher Glenn Hill were united in marriage Dec. 18 at Glendale Church of Christ with Al Colley Jr., Glenn Hill and Mike Tanaro officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Al and Linda Colley of Sedalia. The groom is the son of Roy and Lisa Hill of Murray.
The bride chose Miss Becca Elliot of Mayfield as her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Cesley Hamilton of Owensboro, Miss Christa Kustes of Louisville, Mrs. Reghan Moffitt of Farmington, and Mrs. Amy Letts and Miss Clarissa Roberts, both of Murray. Serving as flower girls were Miss Brooklyn Williams, daughter of Michael and Tiffany Williams of Mayfield; Miss Callie Douglas and Miss Kassey Douglas, daughters of Michelle Douglas of Mayfield and the late Greg Douglas. Ringbearer was Owen Hibbs, son of Jason and Toni Hibbs of Paducah.
The groom chose Stephen Hill of Murray as his best man. Groomsmen were Corey Hart, Jonathan Cearfoss and Mike Elkins, all of Murray; Beau Holmes of Almo and Zachary Sanderson of Paducah. Serving as ushers were Everett Dale Hart of Waddy, J.C. Mangrum of Mayfield, and Josh Thompson and Austin Rogers, both of Murray.
A reception followed. Servers were Amy McDougal, Lindsey McDougal, Heather Gee, Kristen Gee, Alex Workman and Nicole Thompson, all of Murray. Jennifer Canter of Symsonia and Katie McPherson of Louisville attended the guest register.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of Graves County High School in Mayfield and a 2007 graduate of the John A. Gupton Mortuary School in Nashville, Tenn., with an associate degree in mortuary science. She earned a bachelor’s degree in K-5 elementary education and K-12 special education in 2010 from Murray State University, where she is pursuing a master’s degree in moderate to severe disabilities. She is employed by the Graves County Middle School.
The groom is a 2005 graduate of Calloway County High School in Murray and attended the diesel mechanic program at West Kentucky Community & Technical College. He is employed by Hill Backhoe & Trucking in Murray.
They reside in Sedalia.