Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roy Nester Jr. of Itta Bena and Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Eugene Dodson of Atoka, Tennessee announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth Jordan Dodson of Cleveland to James Monroe Wynne Westerfield of Merigold, son of Mrs. Kim Brown Westerfield and the late Andrew Monroe Wynne Westerfield of Merigold.
Grandparents of the bride-to-be are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allen Walker of Itta Bena, the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roy Nester of West Point, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Eugene Dodson of Lake Village, Arkansas.
The groom-elect’s grandparents are Mrs. Josephine Ferri Brown and the late Linwood Lloyd Brown Jr. of Cleveland and the late Dr. and Mrs. James Augustus Westerfield of Merigold.
Miss Dodson is a 2009 graduate of Indianola Academy. She attended Mississippi State University, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority and the MSU Panhellenic Council. Jordan graduated from Mississippi Delta Community College with an associate degree in Radiologic Sciences and from Hinds Community College with an associate degree in Diagnostic Medical Sonography. She is also a graduate of University of Mississippi Medical Center with a bachelor’s degree in Radiologic Sciences. She was inducted into the Mississippi Alpha Chapter of Lambda Nu honor society for radiology and imaging sciences and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Health Administration from Northwestern State University. Jordan is currently employed as an Ultrasound Technologist at South Sunflower County Hospital in Indianola.
Mr. Westerfield is a 2007 graduate of Bayou Academy in Cleveland and he attended Delta State University. Jack is the owner of Jack Westerfield Planting Company and Crawdad’s Restaurant, both located in Merigold. He is also a licensed realtor with Mosco Land and Realty in Cleveland.
The couple will exchange vows at two o’clock in the afternoon on Saturday, June 13 at Greenwood Church of God in Greenwood. The Rev. Michael Mooneyham will officiate.
A reception will immediately follow the ceremony at the church.