Simmons -- Corley
Corie Simmons and Scott Corley were married at the World War I War
Memorial Gazebo in Washington D.C. The groom's father, Bruce Corley,
a Baptist minister, officiated.
In lieu of wedding attendants, the couple was surrounded by 25 of
their family members during the ceremony. The men wore matching ties,
given by the bride and groom. Each woman carried a bouquet of
Following the ceremony, 25 of their friends joined the family for
a reception aboard the Odyssey ship, cruising the Potomac.
While their family was in town, the couple planned a four-day tour
of the city for 25 family members.
The bride is the daughter of Ron and Chris Simmons of Burbank. She
graduated from Burbank High School as a member of the Class of 1994
and returned to Burbank to attended her reunion on Oct. 9. She
received her bachelor's degree in public relations from Marquette
University. Corie is the grass-roots and political manager for the
United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Assn.
The groom is the son of Bruce and Linda Corley of Fort Worth,
Texas. He received his bachelor's degree in political science from
Baylor University. Scott is employed as the government relations
manager for the Information Technology Industry Council.
A honeymoon was spent in Lake Havasu, Ariz. The couple are living
in Washington D.C.