Keri Jacquelin Taylor and Jason Corey Hancock, both of Darlington, were married Saturday, Dec. 1, in Hartsville at Bethlehem United Methodist Church officiated by Pastor Dan Sullivan of Bethlehem United Methodist Church and Pastor Don Squires of Temple Free Will Baptist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Harry Lee Taylor and the late Mrs. Jean Byrd Taylor, of Darlington. The grandparents of the bride are the late Mr. and Mrs. William Harry Taylor, of Hartsville, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Marion Louis Byrd of Darlington.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Dwayne Hancock. The grandparents of the groom are the late Mr. William Parker Hancock, the late Ms. Bertrude McKenzie Hancock and the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wayne Wilson, all of Darlington.
The maid of honor was Mrs. Kristen Taylor Nicholson. The bridesmaids were Ms. Reagan Taylor and Mrs. Candice Ostendorff Dancy. The honorary bridesmaids were Mrs. Margaret Windham Suzuki, Mrs. Jenni Fedner Turner, and Mrs. Elizabeth Fersner Robinson.
The best man was Mr. Randall Dwayne Hancock. The groomsmen were Randall Travis Hancock and Herbert Angus Nicholson.
The flower girls were Mary Claire Nicholson and Chloe Elisabeth Hancock. The ring bearers were William Harry Nicholson and Chase Wilson Hancock. The ushers were Jacob Daniel Kohut and Thomas Jefferson Jones.
Mrs. Carolyn Stokes Cribb played the piano and solos were performed by Rebecca Warren VanDerpoel and Mary Johnson Wirhousky.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of the University of South Carolina. She is employed with North Industrial Machine, LLC of Hartsville, as the director of Human Resources and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Human Resource Development from Clemson University. The groom is a 2003 graduate of Florence-Darlington Technical College and is currently employed by Nucor Steel of Darlington in the Meltshop.
The couple will honeymoon in Miami and will reside in Darlington.