Alease Janell Griefenberg and Mark Douglas Lemon were married Nov. 3, 2006, at the Elk Horn Lodge in Beaver Creek. Attending the private ceremony were Bert and Portia Griefenberg of Glenwood Springs, parents of the bride; Ralph and Betty Lemon of Littleton, parents of the groom; and Luke and Brady Lemon, sons of the groom.Following the honeymoon in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, the couple is at home in Eagle. Mark is a self-employed woodworker and artist, and Alease is a loan documentation specialist for U.S. Bank in Gypsum.
Rebecca Hope Strohmeyer became the bride of William Anton Brandes Aug. 12, 2006, at Sunlight Mountain Resort. The Rev. William Waltz performed the ceremony.The bride is the daughter of Pam and Larry Strohmeyer of Rifle. The groom is the son of Greg and Barbara Keller of Glenwood Springs, and William Brandes of Houston, Texas.Rebecca graduated from Rifle High School in 1996 and Rocky Mountain College in 2001, and currently is the head coach for the Sunlight Ski Team. William graduated from Glenwood Springs High School and is currently completing his teacher certification at UNC. They plan to make their home in Glenwood Springs.
Kent and Kathy Strong of Silt and Keith and Susanne Siebert of Rulison are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Heather Strong and A.J. Siebert. They will be married Feb. 17, 2007, in Ouray. They will reside in Collbran.
The Rifle High School choir sang the National Anthem for Gov. Bill Ritter when he stopped by the Garfield County Airport on Saturday, Jan. 20.
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