Saltz, Colvault to marry Saturday

Posted: Sunday, June 10, 2001

Sabrina Saltz and Tad Colvault have announced their plans to marry Saturday, June 16, 2001, at 4 p.m. at the Church of God in Soldotna.

The future bride is the daughter of Kim Saltz of Soldotna and Carl Saltz of Anchorage. She is a 1996 graduate of Soldotna High School and employed by Medicenter in North Kenai.

The groom-to-be is the son of Patti and Jim Jolin and Joe Colvault, all of Anchorage. He attended Soldotna and Dimond high schools and is employed by OSK in Nikiski.

Forms for engagements and weddings are available at the Clarion's Kenai and Soldotna offices. Color or black and white pictures also may be submitted. Photos with an address written on the back will be returned.

Weddings must be submitted within six months to be printed.

For more information, call 283-7551.

HEAD:Klimpke, Spurgeon exchange vows in April Rebecca Sue Klimpke and Jesse Lee Spurgeon were married Sunday, April 1, 2001, at the Kenai Senior Center. Ronald Foster of Nikiski officiated.

The bride is the daughter of John and Brenda Klimpke of Nikiski.

The matron of honor was Danielle Johnson, and bridesmaids were Melissa Klimpke and Stacy Spofford, all of Nikiski. Her flower girl was Sydney Spurgeon of Olympia, Wash.

The groom is the stepson of Gary and son of Kolene Kivi of Nikiski.

The best man was Jamie Spurgeon of Anchorage. The groomsmen were Aaron Johnson and Klay McCaughey, both of Nikiski.

Jesse is a 1995 graduate of Nikiski High School and works at Alaska Petroleum.

The couple lives in Nikiski with their 5-month-old son, Austin.

Hughes, Yeager marry Memorial weekend

January Hughes and Dylan Yeager, both of Kansas City, were married Saturday, May 26, 2001, at the Kenai Senior Center. Ray C. Freeborn, grandfather of the bride, officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Michael and Lori Hughes of Soldotna. She wore a floor-length dress with a beaded bodice and carried a bouquet of purple hydranga, sweet peas, white and purple roses and muscari.

The maid of honor was the bride's sister Haley Hughes and bridesmaids were Abigail Ulen, Azure Kraxberger and Sarah Coray. They wore purple velvet and satin dresses and carried white and purple roses and hydranga bouquets.

The groom is the son of Royce Yeager of Soldotna and Laura Yeager-Bias of Annapolis, Md.

His attendants were Rustin Smith and Michael Ely, both of Honolulu, Hawaii.

The reception was held at the Kenai Senior Center. The food was prepared by Sherrie Dahlen and Dorothy Freeborn, and the cake was made by Sherry Morrison-Burch.

Out-of-state guests included the bride's uncle and cousin, Mark and Lindsie Freeborn of River Falls, Wis., grandparents Ray and Dorothy Freeborn of Panama City Beach, Fla., aunt and uncle, Dr. Kathleen Hughes-Kuda and Alan Kuda from Minot, N.D., great-aunt Mavis Wendehl from Kent, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dial of Anchorage and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buckley of Orlando, Fla., and the groom's grandparents Carolin and Gaylord Arnold and aunt Kathy Apodoca, all of Yakima, Wash.

January is a 1997 graduate of Skyview High School and 2000 graduate of the DeVry Institute in Kansas City, where she is employed.

Dylan is a 1997 Skyview graduate and works for American Catastrophe in Kansas City.

The couple lives in Kansas City and plans to take a honeymoon in the future.

Bonner, Cutting wed in Massachusetts

Tiffany Mary Bonner and Sean Eugene Cutting were married Saturday, March 17, 2001 at St. Paul's Church in Hingham, Mass. Deacon Timothy Lawless officiated.

The bride is the daughter of John and Jane Bonner of Hingham. She wore a white matte-satin, sleeveless dress with a fitted bodice and full skirt with embroidered accents and a chapel-length train. She also wore a tiara with embroidery, pearls and a fingertip veil and carried white roses and daisies.

The matron of honor was Janine Murphy of Hingham. The bridesmaids were Rebecca Straub of Harrison, N.Y., Susan Costello of Dorchester, Mass., and Elizabeth Shanley of Boston. All wore hunter green, floor-length, sleeveless dresses of crepe and chiffon and carried white roses, daisies and lavender tulips.

The groom is the son of Glenn and Carla Cutting of Soldotna.

The best man was Jason Kennaly of San Diego, and the groomsmen were Jason Cutting, brother of the groom, of Anchorage, Jonathan Bonner, brother of the bride, of Hingham, and Shane Furey of Mesa, Ariz.

The bride and groom exchanged traditional claddagh wedding rings from Ireland. A bagpiper played Irish songs before and after the ceremony outside of the church. The mothers of the bride and groom lit a unity candle, and Carie Cutting and Tara Cutting of Soldotna, sisters of the groom, read scripture selections.

The church was decorated with white bows, lilies, bells of Ireland and white roses. Soloist Mark Blanchard performed "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring." Sal Bartolotti was the organist.

The reception was held at Pembroke Country Club. The three-tiered cake had cascading purple, lavender, blue and white flowers.

Tiffany is a 1994 graduate of Notre Dame Academy and received a degree in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., in 1998. She is a systems programmer at NSTAR in Boston.

Sean is a 1994 graduate of Skyview High School and received a degree in aeronautical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1998. He is a project controls engineer at Stone and Webster Inc. in Boston.

The couple honeymooned in St. Maarten and lives in Weymouth, Mass.

Saltz, Colvault to marry Saturday

Sabrina Saltz and Tad Colvault have announced their plans to marry Saturday, June 16, 2001, at 4 p.m. at the Church of God in Soldotna.

The future bride is the daughter of Kim Saltz of Soldotna and Carl Saltz of Anchorage. She is a 1996 graduate of Soldotna High School and employed by Medicenter in North Kenai.

The groom-to-be is the son of Patti and Jim Jolin and Joe Colvault, all of Anchorage. He attended Soldotna and Dimond high schools and is employed by OSK in Nikiski.

Forms for engagements and weddings are available at the Clarion's Kenai and Soldotna offices. Color or black and white pictures also may be submitted. Photos with an address written on the back will be returned.

Weddings must be submitted within six months to be printed.

For more information, call 283-7551.



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