Terrill, May exchange vows


ANNA — Taylor Terrill, of Anna, and Eric May, of Botkins, were united in marriage, Nov. 3, 2018, in a ceremony at the Bellefontaine Regional Airport in Bellefontaine.

The bride is the daughter of Faye and Jeff Terrill, of Rushsylvania. Her grandparents ae Linda and Dean Terrill, of Ridgeway, and the late Vesta and Hardy Steele.

The bridegroom is the son of Valerie and Joe May, of Botkins. His grandparents are the late Lois and Ken Wissman and the late Dorothy and Don May.

Zachary Graber performed the ceremony.

Samantha Hillery and Shalie Logan served as their sister’s matrons of honor. The bridesmaid was Karen Schroer. Paislee Hillery, niece of the bride, was the flower girl.

Dean McFarlin served as best man. Groomsmen were Eric Schroer, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and Craig Hoying. Noah Schroer, Jake Schroer and Ethan Schroer, nephews of the bridegroom, were ring bearers.

A reception at the Bellefontaine Regional Airport followed the ceremony. The couple reside in Anna.

The bride is a graduate of Benjamin Logan High Schoool in Bellefonaine and Clark State Community College, where she earned an Associate of Applied Science in physical therapy assistant. She is employed by Mary Rutan Rehabilitation Center in Bellefontaine as a physical therapist assistant.

The bridegroom graduated from Anna High School and earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Findlay. He is self-employed as a physical therapist at Back on Track Therapy and Wellness, with offices in Wapakoneta, Sidney, Troy and Vandalia.

The couple met at the Mary Rutan Rehabilitation Center.

Mr. and Mrs. Eric May
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