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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Peninsula Woman

Peninsula Daily News

Weddings Lester — Seward

Sinnes — Patrick

Sarah Danielle Seward and Travis Jordan Lester, both of Port Angeles, were married Oct. 2 at the Sequim Prairie Grange Hall. Jason Himmelberger officiated at the 1 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Jerry Seward and Rena Botts; the groom is the son of Travis Lester and Jayme Doane. All are of Port Angeles. Kayla Gould was matron of honor, and Caity Crawford, Joy Kuth, Laycie Doane-Lester and Ashley Hefton were bridesmaids. Russ Thorne was best man, and Anthony Huff, Kelly Gould, Jake Sullivan and Ben Umbarger were groomsmen. Ava and Auna Rich, Jubilee Botts and Sierra Houseman were flower girls, and Jaxon Waddell Sarah and Travis Lester was ringbearer. The bride graduated employed by Angeles Furniture as a delivfrom Port Angeles High ery and warehouse worker. School in 2010. She is employed as a deli The couple honeymooned at the Olymclerk at the east-side Safeway. pic Lodge, then in a cabin at Whiskey The groom also graduated from Port Creek where they went fishing. They live Angeles High School in 2010. He is in Port Angeles.

Sarah Marie Patrick and Matthew Jess Erling Sinnes, both of Puyallup, were married Sept. 25 at Hidden Meadows in Puyallup. Peter Witham officiated at the 5 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Bill and Michelle Patrick of Spokane, and the groom is the son of Lee and Sandy Sinnes of Port Angeles. Loni Parks was matron of honor while Whitney Patrick and Samantha Patrick, sisters of the bride, and Melissa Dusch were bridesmaids. Graham Ralston was best man, and Jim Slowey, Neil Secondez and Curt Matthew and Sarah Sinnes Oliver were groomsmen. Natalie Crouse was Washington University in 2005 and from flower girl, and Jacob and Walden University with a master’s in eduDrew Carrell, Maximus Caryl and Nick cation in 2008. She is employed by FrederCrouse were ringbearers. ickson Elementary in Frederickson, Pierce While dancing, the groom lost his ring County. — and it was later found on top of the The groom graduated from Port Angewedding cake. Since both are basketball coaches, play- les High School in 2003 and from Pacific Lutheran University with a bachelor’s ing basketball and seeing how high the degree in education in 2008. He is wedding party could jump were part of employed by Hedden Elementary in Fife. the festivities. The couple will honeymoon in Cabo in The bride graduated from Mount Spothe summer of 2011. They live in Spanaway. kane High School in 2001, from Central

Anniversary The Rinzels Jim and Pat Rinzel of Port Angeles celebrated their 50th anniversary with an open house Oct. 16 in Port Angeles. Jim Rinzel married Pat Seifert on Oct. 15, 1960. Mr. Rinzel graduated from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He had two years of active duty in the Air Force followed by six years in the reserve. He worked as a computer systems analyst, programmer and was a supervisor at Deco Electronics and at the Coca-Cola Co. before retirement. Mrs. Rinzel was a secretary, bus driver and homemaker. They came to the Olympic Peninsula in September 1984. The couple’s family includes Kathryn Gearhart of Copper Center, Alaska, and John Rinzel and Joe Rinzel, both of Franklin, Wis. They also have nine grandchildren.

Jim and Pat Rinzel on their wedding day.

Pat and Jim Rinzel today.

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