Rebecca Michelle Moore and Terrence Elwood “Woody” Fluharty

Rebecca Michelle Moore and Terrence Elwood “Woody” Fluharty were united in marriage on June 17, 2016, at St. Paul Catholic Church in Pensacola, Fla. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Michael Moore.

The bride is the daughter of Michael and the late Judyth Moore of St. Louis, Mo. She has a Doctorate in Business Administration-Marketing from Argosy University, a Master of Arts in Advertising and Marketing Communications from Webster University and a bachelor’s degree from Saint Louis University. She is the go-to-market manager for the Global Dell Outlet at Dell, Inc. in Austin.

The groom is the son of Gerald and Margie Fluharty of Killeen. He has a Master of Arts and a Bachelor of Arts from Texas State University in San Marcos. He is a senior business consultant at Civic Initiatives LLC.

The maid of honor was Lauren McLaughlin, and the matron of honor was Katie Moore, both of St. Louis, Mo.

The bridesmaids were Rachel Marino, Heather Wojanowski, Erika Armstrong, Katy Heimann, Nicole Monroe, Stephanie Short and Miriam Bridges. The junior bridesmaid was Lucy Moore.

The flower girls were Maylee Marino, Marcella Marino and Emme Moore.

The ring bearers were Max Moore and Lucas Wojanowski.

The best man was Clint Fluharty of Klagenfurt, Austria.

The groomsmen were Rick McClure, Andy Moore, Justin Crocker, Kevin Armstrong, Alex Gonzalez, Dave Landers, Joshua Reynolds and Lester Hartman.

The ushers were Don Bridges and Jeff Martinez.

Music for the ceremony was provided by Matt Brewer and Bradley Justice

A reception followed at Margaritaville Beach Resort Landshark Landing. Music for the reception was provided by Chuck Lawson.

The couple will reside in Austin following a honeymoon in Tahiti and Bora-Bora.

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