Michael Wayne Holeman and Tamala Sue Spurlock, both of Tahlequah, were united in marriage at 3 p.m. on February 15, 1986. Officiating at the wedding, held in the United Methodist Church of Inola, was Ralph Radcliff. Traditional wedding music was played by Kristie Grounds, cousin of the bride.
Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Holeman of Cushing and grandparents are Kathryn Flood of Cushing and Mary Glimp of Drumright. Great-grandmother is Oda Lowe, also of Cushing. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Spurlock of Inola are parents of the bride.
The bridw's gown, made of ivory satin and lace, was originally worn by her mother as was chapel length veil trimmed with lace. The gown was fashioned with a floor length skirt accented with lace inserts and the long sleeved bodice was of lace with covered buttons.
The groom was attired in a silver gray tuxedo accented with a pink bow tie and cumberbund.
Serving as attendants for the couple were Jody Carson, friend of the bride, and David Holeman, brother of the groom. Miss Carson chose a pink and ivory satin tea length dress and Holeman wore a silver gray tuxedo with pink bow tie and cumberbund.
The mother of the bride chose a pink floor length gown of taffeta and lace while the groom's mother chose a gray street length dress with pink accessories.
Following the wedding a reception was given by the parents of the bride. A wedding trip was made to Louisiana and Florida. The Michael Holemans reside in Tahlequah, where they attend Northeastern State University.
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