MAYFIELD — Diane Ramsaran and Nathan Ray Janes were united in marriage April 2 at Trace Creek Baptist Church in Mayfield with the Rev. Ronnie Stinson Sr. officiating. Music was provided by the Rev. and Mrs. Ronnie Stinson Jr., vocalists.
The bride is the daughter of Chamanlal Ramsaran Sawh of Trinidad and Tobago and the late Jasso Ramsaran, and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Jaco of Benton.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Janes of Wingo.
The bride chose Miss Hannah LaTourelle of Mayfield as her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Mindy Wall of Princeton; Miss Elaina Janes of Wingo, sister of the groom; and Miss Jacy Travis of Fredonia. Miss Mia Jaco, daughter of Dr. Paul and Vi Jaco of Benton, served as the flower girl. Ringbearer was Eli Jaco, son of Scott and April Jaco of Benton.
The groom chose Nathan Rogers of Mayfield as his best man. Groomsmen were Bruce Clay and Joel Cooley, both of Mayfield, and Hunter Jaco of Benton. Serving as ushers were Steve McGee of Mayfield, Dr. Paul Jaco and Hayden Jaco of Benton, and Jacob Mullins of Wingo.
A reception followed. Samantha Mullins of Wingo attended the guest register. Servers were Misti Jaco, Vi Jaco and April Jaco, all of Benton, Angie Mullins and Samantha Mullins of Wingo. Music was provided by Mrs. Jackie Hill, pianist.
The bride is a graduate of Barrackpore Senior Comprehensive School in Trinidad and is a December candidate for graduation from Mid-Continent University in Mayfield wth a degree in elementary education.
The groom is a graduate of Graves County sports_high_school and West Kentucky Community & Technical College. He is employed by the Graves County Board of Education and Janes Farms.
They reside in Mayfield.