Contributed photo — Chandler Thompson, wearing his Marine Corps dress blue uniform, walks down the aisle after marrying Michelle Doyle on June 30 in Ferndale.

South Whidbey son ties the knot

  • Saturday, July 29, 2017 10:00am
  • Life

Chandler Thompson, a 2009 graduate of South Whidbey High School, married Michelle Doyle on June 30 at Hovander Homestead in Ferndale.

The ceremony was attended by family and friends. Thompson is a first lieutenant in the Marines and working in naval supply (NAVSUP). Doyle is beginning her graduate program in speech language pathology at Western Kentucky University.

Thompson’s parents are Jim and Melene Thompson of Clinton. Doyles parents are Barbara Doyle of Puyallup and Jeff Gagliardi of Gig Harbor.

Contributed photo — Chandler Thompson, wearing his Marine Corps dress blue uniform, walks down the aisle after marrying Michelle Doyle on June 30 in Ferndale.

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