Miss Miller, Mr. Tiller exchange vows
McBee—Jaclyn Covington Miller of Hartsville and Justin Michael Tiller of McBee were married on April 6th at 5 p.m. in Union United Methodist Church, McBee.
The Rev. Paige Wheeler officiated the double-ring ceremony.
A program of wedding music was presented by Lin Kirkman, pianist; and Brandon Gainey, vocalist.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She is the daughter of Jackie and Nina Miller of Hartsville. She graduated from Mayo High School and Coker College with a Bachelor of Arts in early childhood education. She is employed with McBee Elementary School as a Kindergarten teacher.
The groom is the son of Mike and Loretta Tiller of McBee. He graduated from McBee High School and Florence-Darlington Technical College with an associate degree in machine tool technology. He is employed with Sonoco in Hartsville as a machinist.
Matron of honor was Kathryn Starling, sister of the bride. Attendants were Amanda Bethea, sister of the groom; Harriet Pallesco and Mallory Wiggins, cousins of the bride; Ashli Black; and Lindsay Fitzgerald.
Flower girls were Alyssa and Sydney Starling, nieces of the bride. Ringbearers were Cooper Pallesco and Fulton Wiggins, cousins of the bride.
Other attendants and roles in ceremony were: ushers Chase Blackwell, Tanner Gardner, and D.J. Starling; bride’s grandparents Robert and Joyce Searcy of Greenville; groom’s grandparents Myrtle Boan of Hartsville and Wayne and Joanne Tiller of McBee.
Best man was Michael Tiller, father of the groom. Groomsmen were Philip Bethea, brother-in-law of the groom; Travis Gainey, Daniel Gainey, and Josh Tiller, all cousins of the groom; and Will Gaskins.
A reception was held at Prestwood County Club.
After a wedding trip on a Caribbean cruise the couple live in Hartsville.