Lewis Francis Gossett and Hayley Moore Gossett of Columbia are pleased to announce the engagement their daughter, Katherine Moore Gossett, to Seth David Dunnagan, son of David Norman Dunnagan and Melanie Byrd Dunnagan of Lexington.
The bride-elect, a resident of Charlotte, North Carolina, is the granddaughter of Francis Roy Gossett and Bonita Smalls Gossett of Greenville and Edward Harold Moore Jr. and Ginger McMullen Moore of Pensacola, Florida. A graduate of Clemson University, she is employed with the NASCAR Hall of Fame as event specialist.
The bridegroom-elect, a resident of Charlotte, is the grandson of Mrs. Carol K. Dunnagan, Dr. Leonard W. Gray and Mrs. Sandra P. Gray. A graduate of Clemson, he is employed with Whiting Turner as project engineer.
The couple plan an April wedding in Columbia.
In her own words
Q: How did you meet?
A: We were freshman at Clemson University and met through mutual friends before a sorority function.
Q: When did you know your fiance was “the one”?
A: I studied abroad in Italy my junior year of college, and luckily, Seth was able to visit me while I was there. When I saw Seth in the train station of Milan for the first time in what felt like forever, I had never been more excited for anything. In that moment, I knew he was the man I would marry! We both thought that if we made it through those four months apart, then we would be together forever – but neither of us said that out loud to the other.
Q: Tell us about the proposal.
A: After four years of dating, Seth proposed to me under the gondola on President’s Walk at Clemson University. He had two of my best friends guide me through a scavenger hunt across campus that stopped at all the places that helped make our story. Inevitably, it ended with him on his knee and me saying “yes” a million times over. Of all of our wonderful memories at Clemson, this is my all-time favorite.