Adam Wesley Stephens and Tracey Marie Starnes.
Starnes, the granddaughter of Ruby and Homer Cooper of New Sarpy, is a graduate of Destrehan High School and proud stay-at-home mother to Allie Marie Starnes.
Stephens, the grandson of Lee and Phyllis Stephens of Kentucky and Susan Titlow of West Virginia, is a graduate of East St. John High School and works for a local property construction firm as their lead technician.
The couple will be tying the knot June 2013 and will remain living in St. Charles Parish as husband and wife.
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