Lisa Jane Marks and Robert Craig Wix Jr. were united in marriage on June 6, 2009, during a double ring ceremony at Fort Boreman Park in Parkersburg with Judge J. D. Beane officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Alfred and Jane Igo of Boaz, W.Va. She is the granddaughter of Lester and Darlena Canterbury of Charleston, W.Va., and Ada Louise Igo and the late McDaniel Igo of Asheville, N.C.
The bridegroom is the son of Robert Craig Wix Sr. and Bonnie Wix of Parkersburg, and Mary K. Wardwell and Jeff Wardwell of Hawaii. He is the grandson of Jeanne and the late Coy Hesco Blocker of Tallahassee, Fla., the late Mary Prescott, Robert W. Wix and the late Mary K. Wix of Parkersburg, and Russell and Phyllis Hollenbeck of Brome, Quebec, Canada.
The bride arrived at the ceremony in an ambulance driven by her friend and co-worker, Michael Tanner. She wore a white A-line silhouette gown with a corset style closure, a bodice with a plunging neckline, embellished cap sleeves and a beaded empire accent. Beaded embellishments extended down the tulle skirt toward the hem. Her headpiece was a headband of small crystals and a veil that extended to her waist.
The bride carried a bouquet of white lilies and red roses.
Maid of honor was Rebecca Moore of Parkersburg. She wore a royal blue dress with short sleeves and an empire waist with a sash accent. She carried a bouquet of white roses and blue lilies.
Bridesmaids were Bev Boice of Mineral Wells, W.Va., and Annette Lewis of Lubeck, W.Va. They wore royal blue dresses with thick shoulder straps and an empire waist accented with a circle of rhinestones in the center. Each carried a bouquet of five white roses.
The bridegroom wore his dress uniform of the Parkersburg Fire Department.
Best man was Dallas Donaldson, who wore his dress uniform of the Parkersburg Police Department. Groomsmen were Jody Ludwig, who wore his dress uniform of the Parkersburg Fire Department; and Nathan Wix, brother of the bridegroom.
Ushers for the wedding included the bride's nephew, Dalton Igo, and oldest son, Nicholas Sams.
Ringbearer Barrett Marks, the bride's 6-year-old son, drove his battery powered fire truck and wore his fire gear as he delivered the rings to the couple.
A reception followed in the flower garden at the home of Craig and Bonnie Wix, 1217 Ann St., Parkersburg. Tommy Worstell provided music and entertainment.
The bride is currently employed full time for Camden-Clark Ambulance Service.
The bridegroom is currently employed full time as a lieutenant with the Parkersburg Fire Department and part time for Camden-Clark Ambulance Service.
After a honeymoon in Italy, the couple will reside in Parkersburg.