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Wedding: Hahner-Stone

Brooke Hahner and Paul Stone, both of Livermore, were married Feb. 18 at the Miners Foundry in Nevada City. The service was conducted by the Rev. Dan Melligan of Santa Rosa. Approximately, 140 guests attended the ceremony and reception.

The bride is the daughter of Roy and Sally Hahner of Grass Valley. She is a graduate of Stanford University, with a degree in psychology. She is self-employed at Brookestone Kitchen Design.

The bridegroom is the son of Rosemaria Stone of Medford, Ore. He is a graduate of Western Washington University, in Bellingham, Wash., with a degree in business. He is employed at Encore and HelioPower Solar.



The bride wore a white silky taffeta gown, gathered at the bodice and waistline and a waist-length veil with beaded edging. She carried a mixed bouquet of white and purple flowers.

The maid of honor was Michelle Wagner, of Maui, a close friend of the bride since third grade. The bridesmaids were Laurie Trainer, the groom’s sister, of Carmel Valley, and Jessica Stone, the groom’s daughter, of Livermore. The flower girl was the bride’s niece, Naomi Hahner, age 5, of Grass Valley. The ring bearer was the bride’s nephew, Josiah Hahner, age 2, of Grass Valley. The best man was Andy Pitz of Anacortes, Wash. The groomsmen were Ben Trainer, the groom’s brother-in-law, of Carmel Valley, and Joe Stone, the groom’s son, of Livermore. The guest book was attended by five college friends.




The reception was catered by Louann at Miners Foundry. The four-tier wedding cake, by Valentine’s, was decorated with purple hydrangeas. Music was provided by keyboardist, Doug Matson and saxophonist, Peter Lehmann, both of Sacramento, and vocalists Ken Porter, of Penn Valley, Kristin Hahner, of Grass Valley, and Doris Fuqua of San Antonio, Texas. The photographer was Chris Harada.

The couple honeymooned in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. They live in Livermore.


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