Charles and Kelli Sundborg are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cindy Sundborg to Matthew Lewis, son of Stephen and Sharon Lewis.
Cindy is a graduate of West Valley High School in Yakima, Wash. and University of Portland in Portland, Ore. Matthew attended Sam Barlow High School in Gresham, Ore. and Santa Clara University in Calif.
Christina Faye Mollett and Jerod B. Hill of Yakima are excited to announce their engagement!
The bride is the daughter of Carrie King and Glenn Campbell, both of Yakima, Wash.
The groom is the son of Valerie Hill and the late Pat Hill, both of Yakima,
Christina is a Massage Therapist and Esthetician at Serenity Day Spa and Jerod works in the construction field both for Barton & Sons and Apple Tree Construction. The happy couple will celebrate their wedding day on June 27, 2015.
Dr. Katie Pottratz and Josh Bertheas were married September 6, 2014 at Naches Heights Vineyard. Adam Running (Katie’s cousin) officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Tony and Melody Pottratz of Tieton, Wash. She is a graduate of Arizona State University and A.T. Still University in Mesa, Ariz. with a doctorate degree in Audiology. She is employed at Yakima Hearing and Speech Center.
The groom is the son of Jo hn Bertheas of the Nile and LuAnn Harris of Selah, Wash. He is a firefighter for the Selah Fire Department.
The maid of honor was Jill Pottratz, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Amanda Baughman, Laura Roberts, Abby Timm and Mia Pendergrass.
The best man was Adalberto Estrada, childhood friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Bradon Lambert, Kyle Miller, Dan Gabbard and Torin Antijunti.
The couple honeymooned in Victoria, B.C and are at home in Selah, Wash.
Chuck Gall and Barbara Clark, both of Bickleton, plan to marry April 16 at Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Chuck farmed and later retired from the Klickitat County Road Department. Barbara, also retired, was a teacher at Bickleton, Roosevelt and Mabton Schools. They will make their home at Cleveland. A reception to celebrate the marriage, will be hosted by their children on Sunday, April 19 from 2-4 PM at the fellowship hall of the Bickleton Church. All are welcome to come and visit. (Please no gifts)
Ray Jr. and Norma Sylvia Hernandez are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. Ray and Norma met in Indio, Calif. and later married in Wapato, Wash. on April 10, 1965. They have three children: Ray III (Marla), Roy (LeiLani), and Randy (Laura). They have helped raise nine grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.Ray and Norma started their foster parenting career with their first foster children, Angel and Miguel Oseguera and the late Rafael Oseguera, as they loved and raise as their own. They continue to open their hearts and home for the past thirty years.
Ray and Norma both retired from Yakima Fruit and Cold Storage in Wapato. They currently enjoy spending their time with family, running into friends and watching their grandchildren grow up.
Dan and Lori Murphy will be celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary today, April 12th. They were married on Saturday, April 12, 1980, at Central Lutheran Church in Yakima. They were both raised in Yakima and have resided in Terrace Heights for the past 35 years. Dan is employed at the WSDOT in the engineering division, and Lori is a marketing manager at Shields Bag and Printing Co. They have two children, Brett (Lyndsey) Murphy, and Whitney (Shaun) Van Klinken, and a granddaughter, Aubrey. They are also expecting another granddaughter, Kolbie, in May. The couple celebrated with a trip to Turtle Bay Resort in Hawaii.
Charles and Kelli Sundborg are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cindy Sundborg to Mathew Lewis, son of Stephen and Sharon Willis.Cindy is a graduate of West Valley High School in Yakima, Wash. and University of Portland in Portland, Ore. Mathew attended Sam Barlow high school in Gresham, Ore. and Santa Clara University in Calif.
Jake Macias and Maria Louisa Sotelo were married February 20, 1980 in Honolulu, Hawaii. They celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary with a trip to the Tahiti French Polynesian Islands. Jake and Maria are both still living the dream and working the family business at Jakes Custom Tinting & Graphic, Inc. in Yakima, Wash. They have been in business for 26 years. They contribute their successful marriage to patience, compromise and sharing the same goals and true love. The couple has two children, Jacob (Maria) Macias and Monique (Lafonte) Joe, all residing in Yakima, Wash. They also have six beautiful grandchildren: Lorenzo, Analycia and LaMya Bennett, and Kash Joe, Naylonni and Royce Macias.
John and Shelly Oord are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hannah Oord to Nicholas Brown. The bride-to-be is a 2012 graduate of Selah High School. The groom-to-be is from Middleboro Mass. and is a 2012 graduate of Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical High School. Nick and Hannah are both serving in the United States Air Force at Hulburt Field Air Force Base in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. The wedding is going to be in June 2015 in Florida.
Katy Sedlacek and John Larsen were united in marriage on September 13, 2014 at Belle Gardens in Deer Park, Wash. Katy is the daughter of the late Mike Sedlacek and Donna Sedlacek of Selah, Wash. John is the son of John and Jeannie Larsen of Spokane Valley, Wash. and Jan Larsen of Collville, Wash.
Katy’s maid of honor was her sister, Melissa Sedlacek. Her other attendants were friends Kelsie Fuher, Kendal Peterson and cousin Jenna Machado. Best man was Chris Williams. Groomsmen were Zachary Olmstead and Dan Thompson. Flower girl was Cola Fuher. Ring bearer was Kacen Manfred. Officiating the ceremony was Rev Josh Montgomery.
The ceremony was followed with dinner and dancing at Belle Gardens. The evening ended with a sparkler send off. The couple is at home in Liberty Lake, Wash. Katy is a Community Health Education Specialist for INHS in Spokane. John is a railroad conductor/engineer for Union Pacific Railroad.
Katy and John would like to thank Larry and Pam Terpstra, the owners of Belle Gardens, for their love and generosity in gifting the venue. And a special thank you to all the other generous people and vendors who provided their services for this storybook wedding. They would also like to thank KHQ’s Allison Flicker for the news coverage of their engagement and wedding. The couple honored Katy’s Dad by accepting donations for Habitat For Humanity in celebration of their wedding.
Richard and Marcia Strunk of Yakima, and John and Karen Piper of Selah, are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Nicolaus Strunk and Brooke Piper. Nicolaus, the groom to be, graduated from West Valley High School and is a state-certified Journeyman Electrician. Brooke, the bride to be, graduated from Selah High School and Central Washington University and is a Special Education teacher for the Yakima School District. The couple will be married June 27, 2015 at the Boisselle Homestead in Yakima, Wash.
Randy and Diana Irwin of Yakima, Wash. are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Theresa Irwin to Douglas Kelley of Wenatchee, Wash. Doug is the son of Shirley Kelley of Storm Lake, Iowa and the late Joseph Kelley. The happy couple plans an August 2015 wedding at Ohme Gardens in Wenatchee, Wash.
L. Ted and Shirley Biles will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a family gathering at their home. Ted Biles and Shirley Larson were married March 20, 1955 in Yakima, Wash. The couple has lived in the Yakima area for the past 55 years and currently resides in Selah, Wash. Ted is retired from Operating Engineers 302 and has worked on many projects in the Yakima Valley, Idaho, Oregon along with the Alaska Pipeline. Shirley is retired from the State of Washington. The couple has four children; Terry Biles and Judy Clark of Selah, Wash., Cyndee Blank of Astoria, Ore., and Becky Roberts of Fairfield, Pa., along with six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Rick and Gayle (Leadon) Lloyd will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday, March 22, 2015. They were married at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Yakima, Wash. with a reception following at Holy Redeemer. One of the details they remember about that day was that even though they got married in the spring, it snowed! Rick and Gayle have two children: Tammy (Michael) Lloyd-Wise and Tracy (Brooks) Kohls both of Naches, Wash. They have four grandchildren: Kobe Kohls (15), Jay Daniel Lloyd-Wat-son (12), Pyper Cruz-Wise (10) and Brooklynn Kohls (8). Rick and Gayle are lifetime residents of Naches, Wash. Rick retired at the end of 2013 and Gayle works at a busy ENT doctor’s office. Rick loves retirement, especially since he can hunt and fish anytime he wants. Gayle’s passion is the Seattle Mariners, and she hopes this year that they finally make the playoffs. The couple spent their anniversary on a trip to Lake Chelan and dinner with their daughters, sons-in-law and grandchildren.
Paul Sugden and Patricia Carner were married in Yakima, Wash. March 20, 1965 and currently reside in Selah, Wash. During their 50 years together, Paul spent four years as a reporter at the Yakima Herald Republic, then went to work at Yakima Valley School where he worked 32 years, retiring as Superintendent. Pat first taught physical education at Naches High School. After three children, she resumed teaching fourth grade at Barge Lincoln and finally retired from Lince Elementary School in Selah, Wash. after a 25 year teaching career. Between living in Yakima, Wash. and now Selah, Wash. they raised three sons: Brian, Greg, and Kevin. Brian and his wife Devin live in Kalispell, Mont.; Greg and his fiancee Rebecca Cikauskas live in Selah, Wash.; and Kevin and his wife Kelley live in Selah, Wash. Today, Pat and Paul play golf, travel periodically, and enjoy their family, which includes nine grand-children and one great-grandson. A reception is being held in their honor at the Yakima Elks Lodge (318 Golf Course Loop Rd, Selah, WA) on Saturday March 21st, from 1-4 pm. Friends are welcome to stop by any time during this period and wish them well. No gifts please.