Pamela Kendle and Zachery Tate Michael, both of Cheraw, were united in holy matrimony on Saturday, June 30, 2012.
Rev. Randy Lankford of Concord, N.C., performed the 3 p.m. ceremony held at Calvary Baptist Church in Cheraw.
The bride is the daughter of Randy and Kelly Kendle of St. Louis. Pamela is a graduate of Pensacola Christian College and is employed as an Accountant at Pensacola Christian College.
The groom is the son of Clifton Rodney and Tonya Hall-Michael of Cheraw. Zachery is studying History and Public Administration at Pensacola Christian College and is Chief Executive Officer of Tate Technology, LLC.
The bride was given away by her father, Randy Kendle, in a double ring ceremony. The ring bearer was Brayden Hall Michael, nephew of the groom and flower girl was Emma Shy of Cheraw.
Bryan and Jessica Bell Conder of Alabama, friends of the couple, served as guest book attendants.
Kimberly Villafranca of Myrtle Beach was the pianist; Gavin and Colton Lockaby of Greenville were the vocalists during the ceremony.
A reception was held following the ceremony.
The wedding coordinator was Kaye Smith Greene of North Carolina; The ceremony and reception were designed by Kevin Lear of Kevin Lear on Main in Chesterfield.
Honored guests in attendance were André Bauer, former Lt. Governor of South Carolina and Richard Eckstrom, South Carolina’s Comptroller General.
The Michaels spent their honeymoon in the Bahamas and will reside in Pensacola, Fla.