Dalton-Pugh engagement

LANCE JOHNSTON PHOTOGRAPHY Cathey Lee Dalton and Ryan Pugh

Miss Cathey Lee Dalton of Conway and Mr. Ryan Pugh of Birmingham, Ala., have announced their engagement and forthcoming marriage.


The bride-elect is the daughter of Dr. Kyle and Mrs. Kay Dalton of Conway. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Doretta Bright and the late Mr. Raymond Bright of Conway, and Mr. and Mrs. Elton Dalton of Kennett, Mo.

She is a 2009 honor graduate from Conway High School, a Cum Laude graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in Dance.

She teaches dance at Irby Dance Studio and is currently employed as a substitute teacher at Conway Public Schools.

The prospective groom is the son of Mr. Toney and Mrs. Sandra Pugh of Birmingham, Ala. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pugh, and Mrs. Sally Jo Barrett and the late Mr. Bobby Barrett, all of Auburn, Ala.

He is a 2007 honor graduate of Hoover High School, Hoover, Ala., a Cum Laude graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor’s degree in Building Science.

He is currently working on his Master’s degree at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Ryan was the starting center of the Auburn University football team from 2007-2010, which he was a two time All-American, four-time Academic All-American, and runner-up for the Remington Award.

Ryan is now a Graduate Assistant football coach for the University of Cincinnati Bearcats where he will be coaching the Offensive Line and Tight Ends.

The wedding is set to take place at 6 p.m. June 7, 2014, at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church. Reception will follow at The Country Club of Little Rock.



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