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Recent Weddings

Michael Parks Mills and Michele Elizabeth Cooper, of Brentwood and Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 11, 2005

Paul Leon Trujillo and Jennifer Jo Braddy, of Carbondale, Jan. 6, 2005

Ray Donovan Tenney and Elizabeth Vaile Suerth, of Glenwood Springs, Dec. 17, 2004



Isais Carrillo and Gabriela Eudave Fonseca, of Silt, Dec. 29, 2004

Robert Eugene Duggan and Natalie Elizabeth Calhoun, of Rifle, Dec. 29, 2004



Victor Chaparro Cruz and Morayma Loya Estrada, of Glenwood Springs, Dec. 29, 2004

Donald Lee Huntsman and Domingas Marques De Oliveira, of Carbondale, Dec. 30, 2004

Raul Valerio and Vanessa Ann McCabe, of Eagle and Parachute, Dec. 30, 2004

Manuel Moriel and Yodalia Perez, of Parachute, Dec. 30, 2004

Nicholas Frank Smalling and Samantha Mary Persavich, of Carbondale, Dec. 21, 2004

Thomas Newell Trowbridge and Ruth Elizabeth Lubchenco, of Salida and Glenwood Springs, Dec. 21, 2004

Kelly Robert Glenn and Mary Jane Glode, of Glenwood Springs, Dec. 21, 2004

Justin Leigh McGraw and Catherine Lucille Schaffner, of Rifle and Aurora, Dec. 19, 2004

Bruce Dunn Lippman II and Kerrie Colleen Berger, of New Castle, Dec. 31, 2004

Charles Frances Rosinski and Amanda Lou Tasler, of Glenwood Springs, Sept. 9, 2000

Stacy C. Cessor and Laura K. Gregorcyk, of New Castle, Dec. 8, 2004

Ely Allen Danner and Meshea Rebekah Williams, of Glenwood Springs and Clifton, Dec. 31, 2004

Shane B. Lucier and Shiloh R. Crawford, of Rifle, Dec. 18, 2004

Matthew Lee Turner and Melissa Anne Hays, of New Castle and Carbondale, Jan. 1, 2005

Sergio Leonel Ramirez and Natalia Nohemi Nevarez, of Carbondale, Jan. 4, 2005

Joshua D. Paine and Matney Reed Warner, of Glenwood Springs, Jan. 6, 2005


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