Posted: Jul. 18, 2014 6:58 pm Updated: Aug. 29, 2014 8:15 pm

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Faulconer are at home in Maywood, Mo., after exchanging wedding vows Feb. 8 in First Assembly of God Church in Ewing, Mo.

The bride is the former Deborah Anders of Ewing, daughter of Harlie and Frances Spratt of Ewing and the late Lovena Spratt. The bridegroom, of Maywood, is a son of Blanche Jackson of Quincy and the late John P. Jackson.

The Rev. Elmer Hagood conducted the 4 p.m. ceremony. Music was provided by Harlena Finn of Lee's Summit, Mo., and Kim Walter of Leawood, Kan., sisters of the bride, soloists, and Linda Robertson of LaGrange, Mo., pianist.

The bride was attended by her sons, Lance Anders of Fowler and Andy Anders of Kirksville, Mo.

The bridegroom was attended by his sons, Andrew Faulconer and Elliott Faulconer, both of Maywood.

Flower girl was Raeleigh Anders, granddaughter of the bride.

A reception followed the ceremony at Queen of Peace Hall in Ewing.

The newlyweds plan a wedding trip at a later date.

The bride is a 1981 graduate of Highland High School in Ewing. She is employed by Country Aire Retirement Estates and County Market Express, both in Lewistown, Mo.

The bridegroom is a 1983 graduate of Quincy High School. He is a Lewis County C-1 School District Board member, a Lewis County E911 Board  member, serves as secretary/treasurer to the R-4 Fire Protection District Board and also serves as a firefighter for the R-4 Fire Protection District. Mr. Faulconer is employed by Maple Landscaping in Ursa, with 26 years of landscaping experience.

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