Carter, Daniels to join in Matrimony

Published 12:44 am Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Telesha Shanté Carter and Adrian Rashad Daniels are happy to announce their upcoming nuptials.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Demetris Carter of Luverne, Alabama and the late Wilbert Jones of Enterprise, Alabama. Telesha is the granddaughter of Robert O. Carter and the late Betty Carter of Vincent, Alabama and the late Sam and Ruth Jones of Ft. Deposit, Alabama.

Telesha is a 2007 graduate of Luverne High School. She went on to LBW Community College, where she received her Associate of Applied Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography degree in 2012. Telesha then went on to Troy University where she received a Bachelor of Social Work degree. Telesha is currently employed at Baptist Hospital in Montgomery.

The prospective groom is the son of Eddie and Maretta Stroud of Rutledge, Alabama and Joe Robert and Chantae Burnett of Brantley, Alabama. Adrian is the grandson of Jackie Daniels of Brantley, Alabama, Willie Morris and Dorothy Daniels of Opp, Alabama, Joe Willie Burnett of Brantley, Alabama and the late Johnnie Mae Burnett of Brantley, Alabama.

Adrian is a 2005 graduate of Brantley High School. After receiving an Associate Degree in Science from LBW Community College in 2007, Adrian went on to Alabama State University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology Pre-Health with a minor in Chemistry in 2010. After finishing his degree at Alabama State University, Adrian then began his Master’s degree in Sports and Fitness Management Concentration in Athletic Director in 2017. To round out his outstanding education, Adrian is currently enrolled and on schedule to finish his Master’s degree in Instructional Leadership from Alabama State University in December 2021. Mr. Daniels, as he is known to his students, is an Educator and the Athletic Director at Highland Home High School.

Adrian and Telesha have been together for eight years after meeting at work in 2013. They were engaged on July 26, 2019, during a family reunion trip to New York. Adrian, along with other family members, cunningly planned a proposal that would take place at Times Square. Obviously, many family members could not make the big event in person. However, Adrian made sure that everyone back home could witness the grand occasion virtually. Through Facebook Live and Video Messenger, friends and relatives were able to watch their family grow in a most unique and beautiful place. The big city travelers will reside in Brantley, Alabama.

The wedding for the lovely couple will take place June 19, 2021, at 3:00 PM at the Kiwanis Community Center in Andalusia, Alabama.