Milica George-Ann McDowell and Trevor Jay Livesay were married, Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2003, at the Maui Prince Resort tropical gardens in an afternoon ceremony. Bob McCollor officiated.
The bride is the daughter of George and Kate McDowell of Soldotna. She wore an ivory gown with a gold flowered tulle overlay, beading and antique lace. She carried a hand-tied bouquet of South American roses in orange, peach, pink and ivory.
The maid of honor was Lani McLane of Kenai. She wore a floor-length, one-shoulder black gown. The bridesmaids were Rachel Jones of Soldotna, Nicole Mercaldo of Denver and Jen Newmack of Dillon, Mont. They wore black evening gowns of their choosing and carried hand-tied bouquets that matched the bride's. Paige Oveson was the flower girl.
The groom is the son of Bob and Jan Livesay of Great Falls, Mont. He wore a tan summer-weight Italian wool suit with a blue pinstripe and traditional Hawaiian Maile-tuberose lei.
The groom's father was his best man. His groomsmen were Ross Oveson of Fairfield, Mont., Jason Newmack of Dillon and Brian Plunkett of Kalispell, Mont. John Stevens of Great Falls and Shane Bigelow of Kalispell were ushers, and Dru Oveson was the ring bearer.
Out-of-town guests included the bride's grandmother, Frances McDowell of Johnstown, Penn., plus family and friends from Alaska, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Montana, Colorado, Oregon and California.
The reception was held at the Maui Prince Resort ballroom.
Milica is a 1996 graduate or Soldotna High School and a 2000 graduate of Montana State University in
Bozeman, where she earned degrees in exercise physiology and health promotion. She is in her second year at the University of Colorado Health Science Center in Denver pursing a degree in physical therapy.
Trevor is a 1991 graduate of Great Falls High School and has earned a degree from MSU in industrial and
management engineering. He is employed by Hensel Phelps Construction Engineering Company.
The couple lives in Monarch Beach, Calif.
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