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Mr & Mrs. Kurt Hopkins Lingenfelser - photo by Special

    Rebekah Anne Faulk and Kurt Hopkins Lingenfelser were wed among family and friends on Saturday, August 15, 2015, at Lovely Lane Chapel on St. Simons Island, Georgia, with the bride's brother, Joseph W. Faulk IV, officiating.
    The bride is the daughter of Joseph W. Faulk III of Jeffersonville and Debbie Anne Faulk of Augusta. She earned her Bachelor of Science in public relations from Georgia Southern University and serves as the director of Marketing & Public Relations for Trident Health in Charleston, S.C. The former food columnist for the Statesboro Herald, she hosted the television program "Statesboro Cooks" and blogs for Some Kinda Good.
    The groom is the son of John Patrick Lingenfelser and Leslie Anne Lingenfelser of Savannah. An alumnus of Benedictine Military School, he works as a dental service technician for Patterson Dental after more than 16 years as a mechanic in the automotive industry.
    The matrons of honor were Angela Smith and Charity Rauls. Bridesmaids included Jennifer Allen and Tori Sprankel. The best man was William Forrester III. Groomsmen included Rory Holcombe and Chad Steed. Lydia Ashby Faulk served as the flower girl along with ring bearer William "Wells" Forrester IV. Levi Smith and John Sprankel were ushers.
    During the coastal outdoor ceremony, the bride was escorted by her father. The groomsmen wore traditional, blue and white pinstriped seersucker suits with coral neckties and yellow boutonnières. The bridesmaids donned yellow chiffon dresses featuring one-shoulder necklines with peep toe, multi-floral high-heel shoes, while carrying coral bouquets.
    The oceanfront reception, including dinner and dancing, was held at St. Simons Island Casino with music provided by Savannah's Main Street Band.
    The married couple enjoyed a weeklong honeymoon on St. Simons Island following the wedding day.
    The Lingenfelsers reside in Charleston.

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