Martina A. Garcia and Clyde S. Quinn III were married on June 29, 2010 in an afternoon ceremony at Leif Hansen Memorial Park in Kenai. Pastor Tom Bearup officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Maria V. Garcia of Lakewood, Colo. She graduated from Palo Verde High School in Pheonix Arizona in 1985, Arizona State University in 1990 with a paralegal degree, from ASU in 1998 with a physcology and behavior science degree, and from ASU with a degree in bussiness administration in 2003.
The bride wore a silk ivory dress with a small train and carried a bouquet of star gazer lilies and ivory roses. Her maid of honor was Keyna Quinn of Nikiski. Bridesmaids Megan Roberts of Anchorage and April Maloney of Anchorage wore satin dresses and carried bouquets of roses and lilies.
The bride was given away by best friend April Maloney's son, Jaxson Maloney, 8, of Anchorge.
The groom is the son of Martha Quinn of Salt Lake City. He graduated from Kenai Central High School in 1993 and the UAA Culinary Arts program. He is employed in the oil field.
The groom wore a black and ivory tuxedo. Best man Rick Hubby of Kenai wore a tuxedo. Groomsmen Brandon Collins of Lake Charles, La., and Justin Taborsky of Anchorage wore tuxedos and cowboy hats.
A reception was held at Louie's Resturant in Kenai. Special guests included Teresa Aragon of Lake Wood, Colo., Elizabeth Arledge of Anchorage, Anthony and Corrina Sedillos of New Mexico, Ruben Sedillos of Utah, Christopher and Tish Sedillos of New Mexico and Samuel and Sherri Sedillos and Emilio of Utah.
A three-tier traditional wedding cake with white chocolate fondant hearts and elegancy desgin in white cake with fresh strawberrys in the middle and fresh flowers cascading down the cake was served.
The couple honeymooned for two weeks in Hawaii. They make their home in Eagle River.
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