Couples announcements for August 2010



Ramsey and Buckley

Stephanie Ramsey and John Buckley, of Fort Collins, announce their plans to marry on Sept. 1, 2010, in Estes Park. A reception at Della Terra will follow the ceremony. Ramsey is the daughter of Steve and Debbie Ramsey, of Johnstown. She is a 2006 graduate of Roosevelt High School, and is employed as a certified pharmacy technician at Good Day Pharmacy. Buckley is the son of Jay and Linda Buckley, of Craig. He is a 2002 graduate of Moffat County High School, and is employed as a directional drilling engineer for Scientific Drilling International.


Grinolds and Voyek

Kayloni Grinolds, of Craig, and Tyson Voyek, of Steamboat Springs, were married June 19, 2010, in Mesquite Nev. Kayloni is the daughter of Kelly and Regina Grinolds and Cindy Biskup, and Tyson is the son of Jeff Voyek and Kim Johnson. Bridesmaids were Mandy Hanel, Adriane Zachary and Natalie Biasi. Groomsmen were Corey Voyek, Adam Grimes and Ryan Dingle. The couple resides in Mesquite.


Smalley and Voyek

Jeffrey Voyek and Diana Smalley were married June 26, 2010, on a beautiful summer afternoon in the lower Elk River Valley of Steamboat Springs. Jeff is the son of Donna Voyek and the late Bill Voyek, of Ord, Neb. Diana is the daughter of Merrill Smalley, and the late Florine Smalley, of Coralville, Iowa. The ceremony and reception were held outdoors at the Dorr family’s Tree Pasture along the lower Elk River. Officiating the ceremony was Larry McCoy, of North Routt County. Groomsmen were friends of the bride and groom, Alex Rogger, of Steamboat, and Mark Gehrman, of Lake Havasu, Ariz. Bridesmaids were childhood friends of the bride, Vicki Berens, of Marietta, Ga., and Pam Wilson, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Bridal attendant was friend of the bride Sharon McFall, of Fort Collins. Flower girl was Kayden Grinolds, daughter of Regina and Kelly Grinolds, of Craig. All the beautiful flowers were created by Paige Roberts, friend of the bride. Jeff and Diana were blessed with many loving friends and family members attending the joyous event. The couple will continue to live in Steamboat. A honeymoon is planned for summer 2011 to Europe or Alaska.


Nottingham and Miller

Laura Nottingham and Zachary Miller, of Lander, Wyo., were married June 31, 2010, in Thermopolis, Wyo. Moffat County Sheriff Tim Jantz officiated the service. Laura, a Meeker native, is the daughter of Barbara Dawn Nottingham and the late Robert Nottingham. She works at Lander Regional Hospital. Zachary, who is from Lander, is the son of Lisa and Dan Lee, of Reno, Nev., and Mark Miller, of Lander. He works at Rodney’s Collision and Customs Center. Katy Nottingham was Laura’s maid of honor, and Andrea Larson, Erin Rusterholtzs, Abbie Irvine and Lacie Harmelink were her bridesmaids. Brook Bekken was Zachary’s best man, and Andrew Davis, Bill Miller, Eli Miller and Cassidy Irvine were his groomsmen. Other guests were Carly Merrell, who was the flower girl, and James Nottingham, who was the ring bearer. Emmett Nottingham, Laura’s brother, gave her away. A reception took place in Thermopolis, following the wedding.


Wall and Witherell

James and Cynthia Wall, Sue Strigel and Devon Strigel, and Brad Witherell announce the marriage of their children, Jessica Wall and Jacob Witherell, of Craig. Jessica and Jacob were married Aug. 21, 2010, in Craig. James Wall officiated. A reception took place at Sherman Youth Camp following the wedding. Jamie Weiler was Jessica’s maid of honor. Her bridesmaids were Miranda, Charliann and Cassie. Jacob’s best man was Travis Witherell, and his groomsmen were Matt, Cam and Wes. Other guests were Cydny Suzanne Witherell, Stryker Lee Witherell, and Mikey, Riley, Kasadi and Madason.


Lord and Starnater

Jamie and Susie Lord, and Darcey and Jack Walker, and Rick Starnater announce the marriage of their children, Shelby Kay Lord and Chad Wyatt Starnater, of Craig. The couple’s wedding was July 24, 2010, at a ceremony in Craig. Shelby is attending Colorado Northwestern Community College’s cosmetology school. Chad is employed by Twentymile Coal Co.