Mr. and Mrs. Michael Goode Barwick, of Dacula, GA, are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Kristin Court Barwick to Jonathan Reid Goolsbee, of Fayetteville, GA, on November 9, 2013. Jonathan is the son of John W. and Renee Goolsbee, of Fayetteville, GA.
Kristin is the granddaughter of the late Leonard R. Sellmansberger and the late Zella Sellmansberger, of Tucker, GA and the late Courtland H Barwick and the late Mary Price Barwick of Atlanta, GA.
Jonathan is the grandson of Chief Winfred S. and Charlotte Tucker, of McDonough, GA and Jean and Tom Hall of McDonough, GA and the late Colonel Daniel S Goolsbee and the late Marian Goolsbee, of Morrow, GA.
Kristin graduated in 2004 from Brookwood HS, and attended Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, GA, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2008, with major in Spanish and a minor in photography. She is presently attending Georgia State University in Atlanta, working towards her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.
Jonathan graduated in 2002 from Jonesboro HS in Jonesboro, GA. He attended Valdosta State University where he received his Bachelors of Arts degree in 2007, with a major in Studio Art. He is presently employed at the Evergreen Church of Peachtree City, Peachtree City, GA, where he is the Director of Youth and Discipleship.
Lindsey Barwick Brouillard, sister of the Bride was the Matron of Honor. The Bridesmaids were Chelsea Morehead Kiewer, Cathy Loibl, Lindsey Smith, Lauren Vinson Knight, Katie Whitmire Sabatier, Katelyn Irwin Williams, Erin Jeffrey Steele, and Ashley Goolsbee.
Hunter Harper was the Best Man. The Groomsmen wer Tyler Powell, Peter Stoval, Jason Croy, TJ Gay, Nathan Holder, Ike Thurston, Stew Ellis and Jeff Whelchel.
The wedding was held outside at the Walters Farm in Lula, GA, followed by a reception inside the Barn venue, with dining and dancing. Kristin and Jonathan honeymooned in San Juan, Puerto Rico, followed by an 8 day Southern Caribbean Cruise. The newlyweds are residing in Fayetteville, GA.