Couples announcements for July 2011



Camp and Buckner

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Camp and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Buckner announce the engagement of their children, Alisha Camp and Eli Buckner. Alisha is a 2010 Moffat County High School graduate and is employed at Trapper Mine. Eli is a 2008 MCHS graduate and is employed at Devon Energy. The couple will wed July 30, 2011, and will reside in Craig.


Davis and Hanneman

Blake and Linda Davis, of Craig, and Cathy and Ken Hanneman, of Craig, announce the engagement of their children, Sheena Davis and Reid Hanneman, of Grand Junction. Sheena is a 2004 Churchill County High School and 2008 Mesa State graduate. She is employed at Major Mortgage as a mortgage assistant. Reid is a 2006 Moffat County High School graduate. He is employed as a production testing supervisor at Pure Energy. The couple is planning a July 16, 2011, wedding at Wine Country Inn in Palisade.


Gregg and Robinson

Megan Gregg and Barkley Robinson, of Steamboat Springs, announce their engagement and wedding. The wedding was Saturday, May 28, 2011, in Steamboat Springs. Megan, originally from Craig, is the daughter of Bruce and Susan Gregg. She graduated from Western State College and currently works at Mountain West Insurance. Barkley, originally from Cherry Creek, is the son of Kent and Suzanne Robinson. He graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder and currently works at Prudential Steamboat Realty. Kurt Robinson was the best man, and the groomsmen were Jamie Morgan, Ian Prichard, Walter Magill and Bobby Aldighieri. The maid of honor was Ashleigh Pipher, and the bridesmaids were Ashley Demos, Jess Aldighieri, Bretta Haberman, Lacey Manzanares and Lisa Belquist. Ushers were Cooper Robinson, Cameron Robinson and Dylan Belquist. The wedding was officiated by Joe Sternberg. The couple’s honeymoon was in Cabo San Lucas.


Moody and Pressley

Evan Pressley, of Craig, and Jeanette Moody, of American Fork, Utah, will marry on Friday, July 22, 2011, in the Mt. Timpanogos LDS Temple in Utah. The bride is the daughter of J. Ward and Cindy Moody, of American Fork, Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree in special education from Brigham Young University and currently works for Central Bank in Provo, Utah. The groom is the son of Dave and Mary Pressley, of Craig. He will receive a bachelor’s degree in urban planning from Brigham Young University and is preparing for optometry school. The couple will reside in Provo, Utah.



Melvin and Joan Snyder, of Craig, were married July 27, 1961, in Craig. Over the years, Melvin and Joan have shown their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, friends, community and church what the Genesis 2:24 verse means: “Therefore shall a man leave his father and mother and shall cleave unto his wife, and they shall be one flesh.” Melvin and Joan are definitely one. Their friends and family wish them a wonderful golden anniversary and many more blessed years to come.


Moss and Myers

Lynn and Sonya Moss, of Lewiston, Idaho, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Marie Moss, to Will Aaron Myers, son of Ted and Patty Myers, of Hamilton. Sarah, a 2007 University of Wyoming graduate, is an engineer/project manager for WWC Engineering, Inc. Will, a 2003 University of Wyoming graduate, is a professional engineer/project manager for WWC Engineering, Inc. The couple is planning an August 13, 2011, wedding in Sheridan, Wyo. A reception for the couple will be at 4 p.m. Sept. 3, 2011, at The Center of Craig, 601 Yampa Ave.


Hampton and Lingo

Tiffany, Aunnika and Keenan would like to announce the engagement of their parents, Teisha Ladawn Hampton and Steven Dale Lingo. Teisha is the daughter of Billy and Michelle Hampton, of Craig. She is a 2000 Moffat County High School graduate and is currently the patient access lead at The Memorial Hospital in Craig. Steven is the son of Kristine Barstow, of Craig, and the late Gary Lingo. He is a 1995 graduate of JFK High School in La Palma, Calif., and is currently employed by Tri-State Generation and Transmission Craig Station. The couple is planning a September wedding.