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Jason and Leila Lane
Leila Cross and Jason Lane, both of Dickson, Tenn., were united in marriage Oct. 6 at Dickson County Saddle and Bridle Club in Dickson. The Rev. Bobby Smartt officiated. A reception followed at the Dickson County Saddle and Bridle Club.

They also held a ceremony Oct. 20 at SS. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Lyndora. The Rev. Paisius McGrath and Rev. William Diakiw officiated. A reception was held at the Ukrainian Hall in Lyndora. Bobby and Jaime Jones of Butler were honor attendants and Greg and Vickie Prokopchak of Butler were sponsors.
The bride is the daughter of William and Teresa Wyant and Jerry Cross, all of Butler. Parents of the bridegroom are Johnny and Linda Lane of Dickson.
The honor attendant in Dickson was Elizabeth Littleton. Bridesmaids included Jaime Jones and Megan King. The flower girl was Maddy Hall.
Performing the duties of best man in Dickson was Josh Lane. Ushers included Chad Lane and Jason Sanker. The ring bearer was Gracie Watts.
The bride is a 2001 graduate of Butler High School and a 2012 graduate of Nashville State Community College.
She is employed by Paris Health Care in Paris, Tenn., as a certified occupational therapy assistant.
The bridegroom graduated from Dickson County High School in 2002.
He is employed by Lane Concrete in Dickson.
Following a honeymoon trip to Arizona, the couple is making their home in Dickson.





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