Raymond residents Jacqueline Ludlam-Wilson and Sen. Brian Hatfield were married on Sept. 1, 2012, at the park and dock behind the Carriage Museum in Raymond.
The bride, originally from Tennessee, is the daughter of Jack Ludlam and Opal Durham of Murfreesboro, Tenn., and Donald Schmidt of Raymond. She graduated from Willapa Valley High School and is employed as a contracts administrator for Pacific Mobile Structures, Inc.
The groom, son Stan and Gail Hatfield of Raymond, is a lifelong Raymond resident, a graduate of Raymond High School, Grays Harbor College and Washington State University. He has served 20 years for District 19 in the state legislature.
The bride’s son of Christopher Wilson, walked his mother down the aisle and the bride’s daughter, Erin, was the maid of honor. The flower girl was Kendra Dunsmoor.
The groom’s son, Brady, was the best man. The groom’s stepdaughter, Tarrah Lavinder, was also in attendance.
Judge Michael Sullivan officated at the ceremony held on the 61st anniversary of the groom’s parents’ wedding. Mark Hatfield, brother of the groom, offered a prayer for the couple. The groom’s niece, Chloe Hatfield, sang “God Bless the Broken Road,” by Rascal Flatts.
The couple plan to continue living in Pacific County.