Well-known guests attend New Year’s wedding at the Strand
by Sally Litchfield
MDJ Feature editor
January 06, 2013 12:00 AM | 1803 views | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
At midnight on Dec. 31, Holly Comer and Robert Tuchman became husband and wife at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre. 150 gathered to celebrate the new beginning. This is the first marriage for Comer, Executive Director of the YWCA. Tuchman owns RobertKent Galleries, just off the Marietta Square. The MDJ reported the wedding in Lifestyle on Jan. 2. To learn more, visit www.mdjonline.com.

Guests included Marie and former Gov. Roy Barnes, former Congressman Bob Barr and his wife Jeri, Commissioner Joann Birrell and her husband Dave, Former Chairman Bill Byrne and wife Babe, the Honorable Mary Staley and husband Chuck Clark, Gail Elizabeth Cobb, Jim Croy, former mayor Bill Dunaway and wife Dot, Linda Flournoy, Kim Gresh and George Hartzog, Len and Commissioner Helen Goreham, Attorney General Sam Olens and his wife Lisa, Terri and Earl Reece — brother of the groom — former councilwoman Holly Walquist and husband Bruce Hamilton, and Mary Williamson.


Congratulations to Sandra and Foy Pierce who crossed a milestone. They celebrated 50 years of marriage on Dec. 27!


Fashion spotlight of the week: She is a wonderful wife, loving mother, fantastic grandmother and the best mother-in-law who celebrated her birthday on Jan. 4 — Bobbye Litchfield of Marietta.

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 sallylit@bellsouth.net. Call Sally at (770) 425-8106.
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