Chandler Oaks Degenhart and Jordan Lee Garnett, both of Columbia, were united in marriage May 20 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Columbia. The Rev. Monsignor Richard D. Harris, V.G., officiated the noon ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Vincent John Degenhart of Columbia. She is the granddaughter of Ms. Coletta Belle Roberts, the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert William Degenhart, and the late Mr. Jack Edward Sullivan of Columbia. She earned a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management from the University of South Carolina, and she is employed with Riverbanks Zoo and Garden as events coordinator.
The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Danny Lee Garnett of Columbia. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee Garnett, the late Gene S. Garnett, and the late Mr. and Mrs. George Bartlett Yancey. He earned bachelor’s degrees in management science and business economics from the University of South Carolina, and he is employed with Republic National Distributing Company as a purchasing agent.
The bride was escorted and given in marriage by her father.
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Maid of honor was Susannah MacKenzie Vickers of Columbia. Matron of honor was the bride’s cousin Caroline Boyd Derrick of Columbia. Bridesmaids were Arianna India Livingston Dial, Rose Marie Davis, and Eliza Anne Davis, all of Columbia.
Best man was the groom’s brother Andrew Yancey Garnett of Columbia. Groomsmen were Bradley Alan Vaughn, Thomas Vance Sullivan, Spencer Ray Derrick, and the bride’s brother, Joseph Braceland Degenhart, all of Columbia; Hunter Johnson Gray of Greenville; and Matthew Dylan Alderson of Charlotte, North Carolina. The flower girl was the bride’s niece Braelyn Cecile Shealey of Columbia. The ring bearers were the groom’s nephews Graham Thomas Garnett and Brooks Andrew Garnett of Columbia and the bride’s nephew Crew William Derrick of Columbia.
Ushers were Emory Clifton Kinder II, Christopher Ryland Bernardin, and Jake Nicolas Lapointe, all of Columbia, and Bishop Alexander Kinnie and Michael Davis Carter, both of Charleston.
A reception followed at the Degenhart residence.
After their honeymoon on Kiawah Island, the couple will reside in Columbia.