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Carrie Click and Erik Kallstrom
Click, Kallstrom wed
It took a total of 84 years to get there, but Carrie Click and Erik Kallstrom tied the knot on July 13, 2001, at the Aspen Community School campus in Woody Creek. The bride, 42, was born in Long Beach, Calif., and moved with her family to Aspen when she was 12. She graduated with a degree in English from Colorado State University. The groom, 42, was born and raised in Aspen. He attended Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif., and graduated with a degree in farrier science from Cal Poly. Serving as ringbearer was the bride’s golden Lab, Jo Mama. The groom’s daughter, Elizabeth Kallstrom, 9, was the ringbearer wrangler. Flower girl was Juliette Moffroid, 6, the bride’s niece. The brief ceremony was officiated by George Stranahan. The bride’s sister and brother-in-law, Cathy and Bernard Moffroid of Cafe Bernard in Basalt, catered the post-nuptial bash. Steve Skinner and the Love Machine provided tunes.
The bride is the daughter of Jane Click of Aspen and the late Ed Click. The groom is the son of the late Bette Kallstrom and Ken Kallstrom, formerly of Aspen and now of Denver.
The bride is a freelance writer who recently took a reporter position with the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. The groom is a farrier and horse trainer, and teaches skiing in the winter. The couple is residing at their horse ranchette in Rifle.
Recent tying the knot were: Lucas Taylor Carmichael and Elizabeth Rochefort Scott, of Boulder, Aug. 16; James Matthew Spray and Jennifer Diane Relfe, of Rifle, Aug. 7; Jose Luis Diaz Galarza and Maria de la Luz Rodriguez Palomares, of Parachute, July 15; Nickolis Dale Croy and Sondra Nichole Nightingale, of Rifle, July 10; Francisco Paredes Valdes and Guadalupe Munoz Lara, of Aspen, July 23; Ernesto L. Mendez and Fatima C. Rivera, of Avon, Aug. 14; Peter David Kelly and Kristen Johanna Hopp, of Carbondale, Aug. 9; Michael Scott Herbert and Teresa Leigh McDaniel, of Parachute, Aug. 13; Ronald M. Fay and Jodi M. Monaco, of Silt, July 15; Edward Damon and Tonja Rae Peckat, of Lakewood, Aug. 15; Mark Joseph Glenn and Aubrey Ann Woodward, of Silt, Aug. 16; Gustavo Gonzalez Barajas and Leticia Gutierrez Valerio, of Glenwood Springs, Aug. 20; Roger D. Wesley and Dianna J. King, of Rifle, Aug. 6; Stephen Alexander Paul and Heidi Marie Rovig, of Lakewood, Aug. 14; John Gilbert Henderson and Jane Marcia Shubitz, of Glenwood Springs, July 19; Henry Pickens Holmes and Janny Loy, of Pembroke Pines, Fla., Aug. 15; Leopoldo Ramos Gomez and Juana Matilde Mendoza Lopez, of Aspen, Aug. 19; and Damon Scott Foster and Sheryl Lynn, of New Castle, Aug. 5.
Kielmeyer completes basic
Marine Corps Pfc. Tera L. Kielmeyer, daughter of Barbara L. Kielmeyer of Azle, Texas, and Jon G. Kielmeyer of Carbondale, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Parris Island, S.C. She is a 2001 graduate of Lake County Christian School of Fort Worth, Texas.
Nelson enters basic
Robert J. Nelson has entered basic cadet training at the U.S. Air Force Academy in preparation for entering his first year at the academy. He is the son of Vicki and Larry Nelson of Glenwood Springs and is a 2001 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School.
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