Attendants to the bride were her sister Brittany Campbell and Marietta High School friends Liz Carnignan, Brittany Bothwell Frye, Lauren Martin, and Katie Schoonover. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Brickyard at Marietta Station (off the Square).
Prior to the wedding festivities, Kristi was honored along with her bridesmaids at Willie Rae’s (on the Marietta Square) by her grandmothers Mildred Wills and Kandy Campbell and her aunt, Cindi Savage. After the wedding, the couple honeymooned in Costa Rica where they experienced their first 6.6 earthquake.
Congratulations to Winona and Waymon Osterholt of south Cobb who celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Nov. 1. Both were born in other states but moved to Cobb County as young children. Winona grew up in the Clarkdale Mill Village and attended Austell Elementary School in the 1930’s. They both graduated from Mableton High School in 1947 and married that same year.
The couple lives in Mableton in the home they purchased as young parents in 1959 where they raised four children while Waymon worked days and attended Georgia State University at night and earning a degree. Winona worked a number of interesting jobs over her life, including school secretary, clerk at a flourmill and employed at a casket company. In the 1950s Waymon took a job at Lockheed where he advanced to flight test engineering, eventually retiring in the 90’s. After retirement, the happy couple traveled the globe and the U.S.
Jingle, jingle! Kick off the holidays in style! Mark your calendar for the 26th Annual Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home Tour Annual Gala Celebration. The gala will be held Nov. 30 at 7:30 to 11p.m., at First Landmark Bank, 307 North Marietta Parkway Northeast Marietta, GA 30060. Invitations are in the mail or go online to purchase tickets at www.marietta
For more information contact the Marietta Visitors Bureau at (770) 429-1115 or Cobb Landmarks & Historical Society at (770) 426-4982.
Fashion spotlight of the week: Dressing up the classic LBD with a long strand of pearls — Tracey Atwater (President of WellStar Foundation) — never out of style.
Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call Sally at (770) 425-8106.