Freeman ~ Edrington

November 17, 2013 

Mrs. James N. Freeman

Miss Kristin N. Edrington and Mr. James M. Freeman were united in marriage on Saturday, November 16th, 2013 at half past two o'clock at Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia. The Reverent Pierce Klemmt officiated. A reception hosted by the bride's parents followed that evening on the National Elite Private Yacht on a cruise on the Potomac. A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom's mother and her husband, was given at The Army Navy Club in Washington, DC on the eve of the wedding.

The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. David Edrington of Raleigh, North Carolina. She graduated from Queens University of Charlotte where she received a Bachelor of Art degree in Philosophy, Religion and Art History. In addition, she holds a Master's Degree in History of Decorative Arts from Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, DC. She was presented at the 2006 North Carolina Terpsichorean Debutante Ball.

The groom is the son of Rosina Chevalier of Houston, Texas and the late Carroll N. Freeman III. He is a former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer who graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science. In addition, he holds a Master's degree in Aerospace Management from Oklahoma State University.

The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Morgan Edrington, sister of the bride, served as Maid of Honor. Eric Muckin of Summerville, South Carolina served as Best Man. Readers were David Crabtree of Raleigh, North Carolina and Mindi Walker of Alexandria, Virginia. Ushers were Sean Edrington, brother of the bride, of Los Angeles, California, and Eric Richie of Charleston, South Carolina. Rebecca Louderback of Gaithersburg, Maryland and Ursula Coleman of Fairfax, Virginia served as program attendants.

After their honeymoon to Hawaii, the couple will reside in Alexandria, Virginia.

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