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Posted on January 20, 2022

Mrs. Angarole

Mrs. Angarole

Anna Narron Clark and Philip Richard Angarole II, both of Raleigh, exchanged marriage vows Oct. 30 in a 5 p.m. ceremony at Crane Cottage at the Jekyll Island Club Resort in Jekyll Island, Georgia.

Robert Bergland officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Matthews Clark of Wilson and the granddaughter of Mrs. Joseph H. Gay and the late Mr. Gay and the late Dr. and Mrs. William Boyd Clark Jr. A graduate of Fike High School and North Carolina State University, the bride received her Bachelor of Science degree in Textile and Apparel Management. She is pursuing a Master of Business Administration at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. She is employed as a medical office administrator.

The groom is the son of Martha Anne Craddock of Washington, North Carolina, and Philip Richard Angarole of Surfside Beach, South Carolina. He is the grandson of Henry Granville Craddock and the late Mrs. Craddock and Mrs. Arthur Ingward Angarole of Nashville, Tennessee, and the late Mr. Angarole. He graduated from Washington High School and North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He is a mortgage loan underwriter with Wells Fargo.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a formal strapless trumpet gown fashioned with an embossed magnolia draped neckline and oversize bow train. For her headpiece, she chose a double-layered cathedral-length veil. To complement her attire, she wore a floating diamond necklace made from her maternal grandmother’s engagement ring and wedding band. She wore a diamond bracelet borrowed from her godmother, Kay Jones.

The bride carried a bouquet of white roses and hydrangeas accented with baby’s breath and greenery. The bouquet was wrapped in fabric from her grandmother’s wedding gown.

Matron of honor was Geri Hare Russell. Bridesmaids were Mary Hannah Andrews, Lauren Carr Bailey, Lauren Armstrong Clark, Kristen Karr Coble, Caroline Clark Mercer, Elizabeth Loring Pike, Alison Coley Purinai, Alexis Kennedy Thompson and Sarah Prince Winbourne. They wore floor-length black chiffon dresses.

Flower girls were the couple’s nieces, Vivian Katherine Clark and Lillian Quay Watters.

Best man was the groom’s father.

Groomsmen were Michael Pryde Allen, Ethan Thomas Burton, Michael Boyd Clark, Philip Elliott Cochran, William Stanhope Deatherage, Grayson Cooper Hodges, Christopher David Justice, Charles Tyler Ross and Robert Burke Wood IV.

Ring bearers were the couple’s nephews, William Boyd Clark, Owen Arthur Hegwer and Ryan Carl Hegwer.

Wedding music was presented by Beth Angarole Hegwer, vocalist.

Reader was Laura LeCompte Watters.

Cricket Elrod was director.

Register attendants were Kim Phillips Ellis and Leslie Moreland Glover.

A reception at Crane Cottage, Jekyll Island Club Resort, followed the ceremony. Hosts were the bride’s parents.

The groom’s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner on the eve of the wedding. Earlier Friday, friends of the bride hosted the bridesmaids’ luncheon at the Jekyll Island Club Resort. The day before, the parents of the bride and groom entertained at a welcome party at the resort.

Friends of the bride’s family hosted a wedding day brunch for the bridesmaids while they were getting ready for the ceremony.

The couple took a wedding trip to Amelia Island, Florida. They are making their home in Raleigh.


Friends of the couple hosted an engagement party in June at Fun Guy’s Brewing in Raleigh.

Friends and family gave a bridal shower in August at the Wilson Country Club. 

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