Jeremiah Scott McCulley and Nathaniel Stephen Mullins, both of Seymour, were married at 2 p.m. May 14, 2013, at Green Mountain Inn in Stowe, Vt. Pastor Kermit Spaulding officiated.
McCulley is the son of Barb and Tim Dunfee of Seymour.
He wore a chocolate brown tuxedo with lime green accents, while Mullins wore a white tuxedo with orange accents.
The wedding was attended by McCulley’s mother; aunt, Jeanne McCormick; uncles, DeWayne and Troy Nolan-
Watkins; and cousins, Mataya, William and Elijah Nolan-Watkins. Mataya Nolan-Watkins served as ring bearer.
A small reception followed the ceremony with champagne and a white cake with white icing and orange and green trim to match their tuxedos. A local reception will be held at a later date.
After an extended stay in Stowe, Vt., the couple is residing in Seymour.
McCulley graduated from Seymour High School in 1995 and from Indiana State University in 1999 with a bachelor of science degree in business and marketing. He is a member of Schneck Medical Center Foundation, Indiana State University Alumni Freshman Committee and the board of Seymour chapter of Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. McCulley is an advertising account manager with Home News Enterprises.
Mullins is a graduate of Jennings County High School and attended Ball State University to study business management. He is a general manager with Limited Brands.
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