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Noe, Turner marry at Lee University
Noe Turner wedding
Photo provided Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee-Allen Turner were wed at The Chapel at Lee University in Cleveland on May 14. The bride is the former Sarah Noe, and the daughter of Phillip and Melanie Noe.

The Chapel at Lee University in Cleveland was the location for the exchanging of vows for Sarah Noe and Paul Lee-Allen Turner. The couple wed May 19 in a 4 p.m. ceremony officiated by Jamison Crouch. 

The bride is the daughter of Phillip and Melanie Noe. Her grandparents are the late Barbara and Talmadge Wilson, and Ruth and the late Kenneth Noe.

Mr. Turner is the son of John and Terri Turner, and the grandson of the late Turney and Wanda Craddock, and Paul and the late Frances Turner. 

The bride was given in marriage by her parents wearing a floor-length designer gown in an A-line silhouette with long lace sleeves and back. Her cascading bridal bouquet was filled with coral garden roses, white garden roses, snapdragons, coral coffee berry and assorted greenery.

Serving her sister as matron of honor was Emily Wilson. Her bridesmaids were Shea Miller, Hannah Rule, Kellie Webb and Alison Vannoy. The flower girl was Lelon Webb.

John Adam Turner served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Matthew Wiggins, Jerry Agan, Tyler Wilson and Cole Patton. Enoch Jones was the ring bearer. 

A reception was given by the bride’s parents to honor the newlyweds at Cleveland Country Club. Approximately 140 guests were in attendance. Musical selections were provided by Sound Force. 

The new Mrs. Turner is a graduate of Tennessee Tech University with a bachelor’s degree in education. She is currently employed as a special education teacher at Bobby Ray Memorial Elementary.

Her husband is also a TTU graduate, earning a degree in animal science. He is employed with Turner and Sons Nursery.

They honeymooned in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, and are making their home in Smithville.