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9/20 Weddings

*Tatti-Kessel *Burnham-Quinton

Tatti-Kessel

Kimberly Ann Tatti of Dallas and Troy Jason Kessel of Dallas were married in an evening outdoor ceremony Aug. 19 at Airlie Winery in Monmouth.

The bride is the daughter of Joe and Sandy Tatti of Dallas and the late Bonnie Tatti.

Her fiance is the son of Craig and Trisha Kauffman of Bay City, and Gary and Heidi Kessel of Independence.

Merna Lee Dee officiated the ceremony.

The matron of honor was was Jennifer Friesen, and the bridesmaids were Fabiana Guidicelli, Nicole Adams, Tracy Cooley and Cory Boggs.

Flower girl Madison Friesen was escorted by Michael Friesen.

The ring bearers were Camden Frizelle and Jevin Kessel.

The best men were Ray Sizemore and Kyle Kauffman, and the groomsmen were Paul Silverio, Eric Clanfield, Jason Cooley and Kevin Tatti.

Kimberly, a 1997 graduate of Dallas High School, is a homemaker.

Troy, a 1994 graduate of Dallas High School, is a welder for Boman Industries in Salem.

The couple honeymooned at the Oregon Coast and makes their home in Dallas.

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Burnham-Quinton

Rebecca "Becky" Marie Burnham of Provo, Utah, and Elliot Howell Quinton of Provo were married Aug. 4 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Portland Temple.

The bride is the daughter of Robert and Lorna Burnham of Jerome, Idaho, former longtime residents of Dallas.

The groom is the son of Randy and Barb Quinto of Snohomish, Wash.

Jay Nelson, temple presidency counselor, officiated the ceremony.

Maids of honor were Debi Burnham and Martha Quinton, and best men were Josh Burnham and Jack Quinton.

Becky, a 2000 graduate of Dallas High School, is a 2006 graduate of Brigham Young University with a degree in elementary education. She is a third-grade teacher in Lindon, Utah.

Elliot, a 1999 graduate of Skyline High School in Issaquah, Wash., is a student at BYU with plans to graduate in December and begin medical school.

The couple honeymooned along the northern Oregon and Washington coasts and makes their home in Provo.

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