Claremore Daily Progress

August 18, 2007

Parker, Cranor wed in Bartlesville

Mindy Parker and Brandon Cranor, of Bartlesville, recently exchanged wedding vows. The couple was wed June 29, 2007, at the Bartlesville Community Center. Judge Krya Williams officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Ron and Merilyn Parker of Vinita. She is the granddaughter of the late Noel and Wanda Ward, and the late Archie and Goldie Parker.

Mindy is a graduate of Oologah High School and Northeastern State University. She is employed as a teacher a Oklahoma Union Middle School in South Coffeyville.

The groom is the son of the late Teddy Cranor and the late Donna Crouch. He is the grandson of Jack and Mary Ann Cranor, and Edward and the late Wanda Crouch.

Brandon is a graduate of Bartlesville High School. He is employed as a deputy with the Washington County Sheriff’s Department.

The bride wore a white halter gown with embroidered flowers on the bodice and skirt, and an iridescent overlay over the skirt. The overlay was trimmed in pearls and lace. She carried a bouquet of dark purple and white flowers with a silver ribbon throughout.

Sara Hamilton, of Claremore, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Angie Parker, of Miami, and Kori Gould, of Moore.

Jenna Ward, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Chandler Eulitt, of Bartlesville, was ring bearer.

Brian Mossier, of Pryor, stood as best man, while Chad McCarty, of Dewey, and Jonathan Robertson, of Bartlesville, were groomsmen.

Nathan Cranor, nephew of the groom, and Braden Hamilton, friend of the bride, were ushers. Klarissa Cranor, niece of the groom, and Baleigh Hamilton, friend of the bride, attended the guestbook. Amy Mossier, friend of the couple, and Ginger Scherman, cousin of the groom, were servers.

The community center room was divided in half by large white columns and white tulle and clear lights draped between them. One side was used for the ceremony and the other side used of the reception. The ceremony side was decorated with an archway with ivy, white tulle and clear lights draped around it. There were silver, dark purple and white bows on the aisle seats.

After a honeymoon in Branson, the couple will reside in Bartlesville.