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Weterhall-Williams

Sarasota, Fla.

Wedding vows were exchanged by Tanya Williams and John Weterhall in an Aug. 28 ceremony at St. Martha’s Roman Catholic Church, Sarasota.

Stan and Tessa Williams, Spokane, are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Jane Pierson Keating, Connecticut, and the late Jack Weterhall.

A reception at The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, followed the ceremony. The couple are living in Sarasota after a honeymoon in Italy.

The bride, a graduate of New York University, is an art appraiser for Fine Art Appraisals. The groom is a graduate of Stanford University, Dartmouth College and Williams College, and is the director of Ca d’Zan at The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art.

Showalter-Mietzner

Spokane

The marriage of Jennifer Mietzner and Kevin Showalter was celebrated in a July 17 ceremony at Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Cathedral.

The bride is the daughter of Randall Mietzner, Pullman, and the late Claudia Mietzner. The groom is the son of Jan and Stan Plester and Tom and Robin Showalter, all of Cheney.

A reception was held at O’Doherty’s Irish Bar and Grill. The couple are living in Spokane after a honeymoon in Cannon Beach, Ore.

The bride graduated from Washington State University and is an English teacher at Lewis and Clark High School. A graduate of Eastern Washington University, the groom is a carpenter for Kilgore Construction.

Pounder-Miller

Spokane

Laurie Miller exchanged wedding vows with Brock Pounder in a March 12 ceremony at Northview Bible Church.

The bride is the daughter of Dave and Willa Miller, Spokane. The groom is the son of CJ and Andrea Pounder, Spokane.

A reception was held at the Ridpath Hotel. The couple are living in Spokane after a honeymoon on Maui, Hawaii.

The bride, a graduate of Sacred Heart School of Radiology, is a radiologic technologist at Deaconess Medical Center. The groom is a graduate of Spokane Falls Community College and is a jeweler at Pounder’s Jewlery.

Rose-Rusch

Spokane

Wedding vows were exchanged by Kimberly Rusch and Toby Rose in a July 10 ceremony at Hannah’s Garden Inn.

Marge Rusch, Spokane, and Ron Dick, Tampa, Fla., are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Diane Rose, Coos Bay, Ore., and the late Daryl Rose.

A reception at the wedding site followed the ceremony. The couple are living in Spokane after a honeymoon in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

The bride, a graduate of Eastern Washington University, is an account executive at Lamar Outdoor Advertising. The groom is an account executive at Comcast Television advertising.

Sack-Long

Anchorage, Alaska

Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Seward, Alaska, was the setting for the June 26 wedding of Janet Long and Jeffrey Sack.

The bride is the daughter of Ron and Judy Long, Spokane. The groom is the son of Gerry and Mary Ann Sack, Fairfax, Va.

A reception was held at Windsong Lodges in Seward. The couple are living in Anchorage after a honeymoon in Thailand.

The bride, a graduate of Gonzaga University, is a graduate student at the University of Alaska. The groom, who graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is a field engineer for Sperry-Sun Oil Drilling Services.

Fritts-LaSalle

Spokane

Inspiration Point in Riverfront Park was the setting for the July 11 wedding of Anna LaSalle and Dan Fritts.

The bride is the daughter of Andre and Kathy LaSalle, Spokane. The groom is the son of Richard and Irene Fritts, Spokane.

A reception was held at Mizuna. The couple are living in Spokane after a honeymoon in Whistler, B.C.

The bride, a graduate of the University of Washington, University of Texas and Gonzaga University, is a school psychologist for Spokane Public Schools. The groom, a graduate of Tennessee Tech University, works for The Spokesman-Review.

Crogan-Johnson

Santa Clara, Calif.

The marriage of Angelique Johnson and Dustin Crogan was celebrated in a July 10 ceremony at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Spokane.

The bride is the daughter of Hal and Marilyn Johnson, Spokane, and the late George Arger. The groom is the son of Dean and Debbie Crogan, Spokane.

A reception was held at the Spokane Club. The couple are living in Santa Clara after a honeymoon in Aruba.

The bride graduated from Seattle University and is a registered nurse at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. A graduate of the University of Washington, the groom is a material science engineer at Lockheed Martin.

Smart-Rydbom

Spokane

Wedding vows were exchanged by Jamie Rydbom and Joshua Smart in an Aug. 28 ceremony at Concordia Lutheran Church, Pullman.

Carol and Mike Rydbom, Pullman, are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Karen Smart and Kerry Christianson, Sun Valley, Idaho, and Tim and Cathy Smart, Boise.

A reception at Ridgepoint Club House, Pullman, followed the ceremony. The couple are living in Spokane after a honeymoon to Fairmont Hot Springs, Alberta.

The bride, a graduate of Whitworth College, is a physical education and health teacher at Cataldo Catholic School, and a volleyball/basketball coach for Northwest Basketball Camps. The groom is also a graduate of Whitworth and a coach for NBC.

Gonzales-LeVan

Spokane

Erin LeVan exchanged wedding vows with William Gonzales in a March 28 ceremony at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist.

The bride is the daughter of Scott and Jo LeVan, Liberty Lake. Glena and Ellis Snydal, Edwall, Wash., and Loren and Joyce Gonzales, Victorville, Calif., are the parents of the groom.

A reception in the Skyline ballroom at the Red Lion Inn at the Park Hotel followed the ceremony. The couple are living in Spokane after a honeymoon in California.

A graduate of Central Washington University and Heritage College, the bride is a mental health counselor at Senior Connections. The groom is a graduate of Central County Occupational Center and is a computer technician at WestCoast Hospitality.

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