CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va. — Morning Star Freewill Baptist Church at Chapmanville was the setting of the autumn wedding of Chelcie Danielle Pritchard and Shane Thomas Gore on Saturday, November 14, 2015.
The bride was escorted down the aisle by her brother, Brandon Pritchard, as the couple exchanged vows under a homemade arch made of hickory wood, pew bows made of burlap and lace, and splashes of biscotti, gold, and rust. Together with their families, the couple was announced as Mr. and Mrs. Shane Thomas Gore by Herb Triplett.
The beautiful bride is the daughter of Daniel Pritchard II of Limestone and Regina Pritchard of Lake. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Othar and Nona Ball of Lake and Robert and Lillian Seay of Mill Creek and the granddaughter of Roger and Sandy Ball of Lake and Daniel and Carrol Pritchard of Limestone. Chelcie is currently enrolled at Marshall University in Huntington, W.Va., where she is on the Dean’s list of the College of Education.
The handsome groom is the son of Thomas Gore of West Fork and Michelle and Otta Ray Conley of Caney. He is the grandson of Fred and Barbara Gore of West Fork and Linda Kay Hitt of Michigan. Shane is currently enrolled in American Line Builders Apprenticeship Training in Medway, Ohio where he is currently stationed in Charleston, W.Va., as a lineman and a member of the Local Union 317.
The couple is residing in Barboursville, W.Va.