Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Weddings and Anniversaries

May 13, 2012

Ponton-Stolp engagement

— — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Weiner of Salem, Va., along with Mr. and Mrs. Hampton F. Ponton of Roanoke, Va., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Morgan Christine Ponton to Justin Tyler Stolp, son of Sally B. Stolp of Bluefield, W.Va. and the late Timothy M. Stolp. Morgan is a 2011 graduate of Mountain State University with a Bachelor of Science in diagnostic medical sonography. She currently works as a prenatal ultrasound technician at Sweet Pea 3D Imaging in Concord, N.C. Justin is a 2007 graduate of Bluefield State College with a Bachelor of Arts in business administration and a Associate Degree in marketing. He is currently employed at Lowe's Home Improvement in the outside lawn and garden department in Troutman, N.C. An open church ceremony will take place on June 30 at Trinity Methodist Church in Bluefield, W.Va.

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