Stephen Madeyski and Roberta Holt
Roberta Holt and Stephen Madeyski were married Saturday, Oct. 2, 2004, at the University of New Mexico Alumni Chapel in Albuquerque, N.M. The Rev. Erik Karas of Holy Cross Lutheran Church-ELCA in Al-buquerque officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Robert Holt of Kenai. She graduated from Kenai Central High School and Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash, with a bachelor's degree in nursing. She completed a master's of science degree in nursing at the University of New Mexico in May 2003 and works as an infant and newborn registered nurse specialist at the University of New Mexico Hospital. She wore an ivory, satin, floor-length, off-the-shoulder gown that had a scoop neck and hand-embroidered bodice and over skirt that matched her beaded stole. She also wore a pair of drop pearl earrings and matching pendant and carried a bouquet of calla lilies.
The groom graduated from Christian Brother's College in Pretoria, South Africa. He later moved to New Mexico and received his master's of business administration degree from the University of New Mexico. He works as a certified financial planner.
The matron of honor was Martha Baldwin of El Paso, Texas. She wore a deep blue, two-piece, silk, ankle-length dress and carried calla lilies.
The best man was Stu Daigneau of Albuquerque.
The unity candle lighters were Rebecca Holt, niece of the bride, and Michael Madeyski, son of the groom. Two white candles were lit in memory of the bride's and groom's mothers, Patricia Holt and Emi Madeyski.
The lectors were Eli and Norman Holt, nephews of the bride. They were accompanied to the wedding by their parents, brother of the bride, Brett Holt and his wife, Bernadette, of Kenai.
Two music solos were performed by Janet Clark of Albuquerque.
Honored guests attending the wedding were the bride's and groom's family and friends from Alaska, Colorado, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin and New Mexico.
The couple lives in Albuquerque.
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