June 6, 2010
Genie Alice Via of Booneville and Wilson Nathaniel Causey of Tupelo were married Nov. 7, 2009, at the First United Methodist Church in Booneville, with the Rev. Phillip Box officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Martin Via of Booneville and the granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. Billy Dean Pounds, formerly of Columbus, and Mrs. Willie Martin Via and the late Mr. George Willard Via of Booneville. She wore a simple ivory satin A-line gown with twisted straps, a ruched empire waist and a chapel-length train. She also wore a fingertip veil with pearl accents and a pearl necklace given to her by her grandmother, Genie Pounds. She wore her great-grandmotherís ring on her right hand, following a family tradition. Mary Margaret Via of Booneville, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Nichole Sanders of DeKalb, Olivia Brame of Olive Branch, Heather Lambert Cartwright of Tupelo and Anna Kate Goodwin of Booneville. Ann Ross Berry of Jackson was junior bridesmaid. Lily Roper of Tupelo served as flower girl. The bridesmaids wore latte-colored satin, strapless formal gowns with tiered skirts. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Causey of Tupelo and the grandson of Mrs. Martha Hammons and the late Mr. John Hammons, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robison of Tupelo. The groomís father served as best man. Groomsmen were Max Vige of League City, Texas, Josh Wise of Pontotoc, Glen Davidson of Tupelo, and Billy Stone of Booneville. Tripp Robison of Tupelo served as ring bearer. After a wedding trip to Antigua, the couple resides in Saltillo. The bride is a marketing staff writer for the North Mississippi Medical Center Marketing and Public Relations Department in Tupelo. The groom is an operations manager for the Wal-Mart Distribution Center in New Albany.
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