Millard-Goodman

Millard ~ Goodman

Ms. Meredith Diana Millard and Mr. Richard Cameron Goodman were united in marriage in a 4:00 p.m. ceremony on Saturday, November 26, 2016, at Santa Elena Canyon in Big Bend National Park, Texas. The Reverend Susan Robb officiated the ceremony where the couple was surrounded by close friends and family. A champagne reception in the canyon immediately followed the ceremony. Guests celebrated the couple with a wedding dinner and dancing on the Candelilla Terrace at Lajitas Golf Resort hosted by the parents of the bride.
Meredith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Millard, of Waco, Texas. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Garner, also of Waco, Texas, and Mrs. Kitty Millard, of Houston, Texas, and the late Mr. Robert G. Millard. Meredith graduated from Midway High School in Waco before attending Baylor University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Art History in 2012 and a Masters in International Journalism and Economics in 2014. She is currently employed with the American Cancer Society in Houston, Texas as Director of Estate and Gift Planning.
Cameron is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Goodman of Houston, Texas. He is the grandson of Mrs. Shirley Goodman of Toronto, Canada and the late Mr. John Goodman, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Parsons. Cameron is a graduate of Clear Creek High School in Houston and received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Sam Houston State University in 2011 and a Masters in Public Administration from Texas A&M University in 2013. He now works for League City as the Economic Development Administrator.
The bride's dress was designed with an overlay of lace, a bateau neckline and a chapel train. She wore a fingertip veil designed of sheer illusion from her mother's wedding veil and lace from her maternal grandmother's veil. She carried a bouquet of cascading florals and greenery attached with her great-grandmother's handkerchief.
Meredith was escorted by her father. She was attended by her maid of honor, Paige Gilbreath of San Francisco, California. Matthew Lewis of Fort Benning, Georgia, served as Best Man.
The couple will take an extended honeymoon to Southeast Asia later this month. They now reside in Houston, Texas.