Corinne Joy Miller, daughter of Clayton and Joanna Miller of Jarrettsville, and John David Hall, son of Lindy Hall of Baltimore and Sonny A. Hall of Dundalk, were united in marriage June 30 in a double ring ceremony performed by Dr. Robert Condict at Grandview Christian Church, Fallston.
Miller is the granddaughter of Warren Miller of Forest Hill, and the late Carolyn Miller, and John and Anna Mae Garber of White Hall. Hall is the grandson of Sonny M. Hall of Lady Lake, Fla., Dianne Stenzel of Baltimore, Edith Brown of Baltimore and the late Irwin Brown.
Maids of honor were the bride's sisters, Holly and Tara Miller. Groomsmen were Philip Hall, brother of the groom; Logan Miller, brother of the bride; and Kevin Townsend, friend of the groom. The best man in absentia was James Hall, brother of the groom, who was deployed with the Army in Afghanistan. Flower girl was Gabriella Snook, cousin of the bride. Lydia Smith, cousin of the bride, was a reader for the ceremony.
Following the ceremony, a reception featuring a country-style meal was held in the church fellowship hall. After the reception, the newlyweds made their getaway in a 1941 Packard, which was chauffeured by the bride's father, who had completely restored the car.
The couple honeymooned in northern California, where they took a 10-day road trip.
The bride completed her studies at Harford Community College with a concentration in photography. She is a self-employed with Corinne Joy Photography. She is also employed with Green Valley Marketplace in Elkridge. The groom is a 2011 graduate of University of Maryland Baltimore County with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering. He is an engineer in physics research and development at UMBC. The Halls reside in Elkridge.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun