Egelston, LeBlanc united in marriage
Kylie Anne Egelston of New Iberia and Jeremy Joseph LeBlanc of Mermentau Cove were married Nov. 17, 2012, at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Mermentau, with Father Neil officiating the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of the late Shannon Egelston and Roland Albert and is the granddaughter of Sandra and Mike Egelston, Sr., and Ronald and Gloria Albert.
A 2006 graduate of Welsh High School and a 2012 graduate of Ultimate Medical Academy, she is employed with Picture Me Portrait Studio and iSAFE, LLC.
The groom is the son of Jerry and Bridget LeBlanc of Mermentau Cove and is the grandson of the late Lee Allen “Nooni” and the late Mae Crader and the late Dallas LeBlanc and Rella LeBlanc of Mermentau Cove.
A 2001 graduate of Midland High School and a 2012 graduate of Columbia Southern University where he obtained a bachelor of science in occupational safety and health, he is the president of iSAFE, LLC.
The bride was escorted by her father.
Maid of honor was Lena Rodriguez of Jennings.
Bridesmaids were Lane Perret of New Iberia, Sheleece Cormier of Jennings, Christen Crader of Hathaway and Megan Portie of Jennings.
Best man was Tony “Sauce” Crochet of Hathaway.
Groomsmen were Joel Portie of Jennings, Brandon Boudreaux of Morse, Hollins “Burt” Trahan of Morse and Emille Perret of New Iberia.
Ushers were Lanc Crochet of Shriever and Mike Egelston, Sr., of Jennings.
Flowergirl was Raleigh Breaux of Mermentau Cove.
Ring bearer was Kayson LeBlanc of Mermentau Cove.
Junior bride was Aleigha LeBlanc of Mermentau Cove.
Junior groom was Kyle Mott.
Reader in church was Alicia Reynaud.
A reception was held following the ceremony at She B’s in Jennings.
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