Catherine Quigley and Anthony Hiatt speak vows at Sanderling Inn in Duck

First Posted: 8/22/2009

Catherine Maureen Quigley and Anthony Lee Hiatt were married June 13 at 4 p.m. in Sanderling Inn, Duck. The Rev. Del Wilson officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Frank and Angela Quigley of Cinnaminson, N.J. Her grandparents are Marie Pagano of Philadelphia and Marie Quigley of Drexel Hill, Pa. She graduated from Albright College in 1998, where she received a B.A. degree in psychology/elementary education and received her masters in middle grades education from Appalachian State University in 2008. She teaches at Mount Airy Middle School and is in her 12th year of teaching. She also coaches soccer.
The bridegroom is the son of Lee and Debbie Hiatt of King. He graduated from South Stokes High School in 1998 and works for Shelco Construction Company as an assistant superintendent.
Wedding music was presented by Club Violin of Kitty Hawk.
The bride was give in marriage by her father. She wore a formal gown of white Duchess satin designed by Madeline Gardner of Mori Lee. The halter neckline lead to an empire waist of satin bands. The bodice was encrusted with silver embroidery and hand beading. An A-line skirt lead to a chapel-length train with an inverted pleat of English net and embroidery. Her headpiece was waist-length veil of illusion edged with silver beading. She carried a bouquet of fringe gerbera daisies in white, yellow, orange and pink wrapped in pool-colored ribbon. Her great-grandmothers handkerchief was intertwined in the flowers which were created by Renee Landry Design Studio in Southern Shores.
Jodi Dearmin of Mount Airy was the matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Cameron Cockerham of Dobson; Missy Hill of Mount Airy; Amy Reeves of Westfield; Ingel Hamlin of Wilmington; Angie Taylor of Clayton, sister of the bridegroom; and Monica Quigley of Reading, Pa., sister-in-law of the bride.
They wore pool-colored sleeveless chiffon dresses with satin beaded straps and held bouquets of orange, yellow and pink fringe gerbera daisies.
Honorary bridesmaids were Beth Moore of Mount Airy; Michelle Schreiber of Pittsburgh, Pa.; and Andrea Raucci of Petersburg, N.J.
The flower girls were Kinsey Hill of Mount Airy and Rori Schreiber of Pittsburgh. The ring bearers were Jarred and Logan Taylor of Clayton, nephews of the bridegroom.
The bridegrooms father served as best man. The groomsmen were Rickey Arrington of Ararat; Brandon Hodges and Seth Gibson, both of Pilot Mountain; Justin Dearmin of Mount Airy; Daniel Rogers of Westfield; and Frank Quigley of Reading, Pa., brother of the bride.
Guest attendants were Julie Estes of Mount Airy and Martha Chilton of Ararat.
The brides parents hosted the reception at the Sanderling Inn in Duck.
The newlyweds spent their honeymoon at Sandals Resort in Saint Lucia.
They reside in Mount Airy.
The bridegrooms parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at Renditions in Kitty Hawk.

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