Sen. Brian Hatfield and Jacqueline Ludlam-Wilson.
RAYMOND — Sen. Brian Hatfield wed Jacqueline Ludlam-Wilson in a ceremony officiated by Judge Michael Sullivan, Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, at the park and dock behind the Carriage Museum in Raymond.
The date was especially meaningful as it was also the 61st wedding anniversary of the groom’s parents, Stan and Gail Hatfield. The bride’s son, Christopher Wilson, walked her down the aisle, and her daughter, Erin, served as maid of honor. The groom’s son, Brady Hatfield was the best man. The groom’s stepdaughter, Tarrah Lavinder, was also in attendance. The groom’s niece, Chloe Hatfield sang “God Bless the Broken Road,” by Rascal Flatts. The flower girl was Kendra Dunsmoor.
Hatfield is a lifelong Raymond resident, and a graduate of Raymond High School, Grays Harbor College and Washington State University. He has served 20 years in state government, representing District 19.
The bride, originally from Tennessee, is the daughter of the late Jack Ludlam and Opal Durham, who lives in Murfreesboro, Tenn., and stepfather, Donald Schmidt of Raymond. She graduated from Willapa Valley High School and works for Pacific Mobile Structures, Inc., as the contracts administrator.
The couple plan to live in Pacific County.