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Key Everhart and Jordia Waller were married Sept. 27, 2003, in a beautiful outdoor setting at Blythewood Farms in Cleveland, Tenn.

Key is the daughter of Max and Margot Everhart of Cleveland, Tenn., as well as the niece of Anne and Sam Stafford and the granddaughter of Betty Neil. Key is a third generation horsewoman who competed successfully under the Blythewood banner in the five-gaited division as a junior exhibitor and amateur rider. She was also a member of the first five-gaited World Cup team to compete in both South Africa and America winning a silver and gold metal, respectively. Key’s fellow horsewoman and World Cup team member, Barclay Smith DeWet acted as one of the bridesmaids. Key manages a Commercial Real Estate office in Athens, Ga., after graduating from the University of Georgia with a business degree. She is a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority.

Jordia Waller is the son of David and Connie Waller of Covington, Ga. Jordia graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in environmental resources and is currently pursing a masters degree while working full time at Jordan, Jones and Goulding, an environmental engineering Firm in Athens, Ga., where the couple resides.

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