Former Senator Dennis Meadows got married on Saturday to Angella Campbell from Falmouth.
Dennis Meadows came to Falmouth from his base in Montego Bay, as the representative for the Jamaica Labour Party in North Trelawny. This is the constituency in which Falmouth lies.
Meadows grew up in Kingston where he attended Ardenne High.
He unsuccessfully contested the 2007 and 2011 election, where he was defeated by Dr Patrick Harris and Patrick Atkinson respectively. He has since made Falmouth his home.
His bride is tenacious businesswoman Angella Campbell, who started from humble beginnings to build Microbeeps Limited, the local Digicel store in Falmouth. Angella, the William Knibb past student, is the Managing Director.
Dennis is best known for his role in CAPI, the citizens watchdog group that speaks out on injustices in local affairs.
The wedding was held at the elegant Golden Castle Villa in Rose Hall, St James. Notable guests included the Leader of the Opposition, Andrew Holness and his wife Juliet; former Prime Minister Bruce Golding and wife Lorna; Opposition spokesman on Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Ed Bartlett; General Secretary of the JLP Dr Horace Chang and his wife Paulette; Mayor of Montego Bay Councillor Glendon Harris, attorney Henry McCurdy; MP Marisa Dalrymple Phillibert and her husband Sherbert; former parliamentarians Keith Russell and his wife Paula, Joan Gordon Webley and Othneil Lawrence, businessmen Robert Russell, Howard Dears and wife Lorna, Johnny Gourzong, Richard Shirley, Courtney Hamilton and Godfrey Dyer; as well as bankers Brian Bagoo, Fitzroy Donaldson and Nadine Clarke. (Jamaica Observer) All in all, a prestigious guest list.
Both bride and groom started from humble beginnings to achieve success and recognition.
Falmouth News wishes Mr and Mrs Meadows the best in their union.