Danny and Reatha Gibson are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Anna “Pinky” Gibson of Cyclone, to Mark Steven Duty of Davin, the son of Melissa Cyfers of Robinette and Mark Duty of Lavallette.
Pinky is the granddaughter of Annie Gibson of Cyclone, the late Rev. Aldie Gibson, Bonnie Paynter of Crown and the late Eugene Paynter. She is a 2000 Oceana High School graduate. She continued her education at Wyoming County Career and Technical Center and graduated in 2001 with a license in Cosmetology and a 2002 graduate from the Beckley School of Massage Therapy as a Licensed Massage Therapist. Pinky is the owner of Healing Touch Massage Therapy located in Man and is employed at Chapmanville Family Chiropractor as a massage therapist. She is an active member of the Toler Missionary Baptist Church at Cyclone. Pinky is an avid supporter of Steven’s ministry and serves as the W.Va. Coordinator for Haiti Missions.
Steven is the grandson of Trilba Amburgey of Amherstdale, and the late Virgil “B.B.” and Sue Amburgey of Robinette. He is a 2004 Man High School Graduate. He continued his education at Concord University and Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College in Entrepreneurial Studies and Business Administration. Steven is the founder and president of Duty International Ministries. He travels around the country preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ, works in our local communities with outreach programs, is a missionary to Haiti, and serves as Chaplain at Logan Regional Medical Center. He is also an active member at the Claypool United Methodist Church and the Logan Ministerial Association.
The wedding ceremony will be held Sat., Aug. 23, 2014, at 5:30 in the evening at Mallory Church of God with Rev. Wayne Runyon and Haitian Pastor Jean Claude Sylvain officiating.
The couple will make their home together in Davin.