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Michael Lewis-Trina Camping
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Trina Jeannette Camping and Michael Casper Lewis, both of Davis, were married Feb. 2 at the Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains Chapel. The service was officiated by Rodger Hoopman.



The bride is the daughter of Sharon and Jerald Camping of Los Angeles. She is a 2000 graduate of the University of California at Davis. She is working on a master’s degree in soil science. She works at UC Davis.




The groom is the son of Mary Lou and John Lewis of Livermore. He also works at UC Davis.

The bride wore a matte-white satin gown trimmed with embroidery and a veil made by her mother. She carried a bouquet of white tulips.

The matron of honor was Diane Maxwell of Tulsa, Okla.

The bridesmaids were Leah Moore, the bride’s cousin, of Martinez; Karen Swan of Petaluma; and Robin Camping, the bride’s sister, of Los Angeles.

The flower girl was Amberly Tagger, 7, of Dixon.

The groomsmen were John Lewis, the groom’s brother, of San Francisco; Paul Schauer of Livermore; Dave Lange of Lacey, Wash.; and Chris Camping of Los Angeles.

The ushers were James Camping, the bride’s brother, of Los Angeles; and Curtis Lewis of Livermore.

The soloist was Angela Wilder of Fresno.

Ninety guests attended the ceremony and luncheon reception at the Holbrooke Hotel in Grass Valley. The carrot, spice and lemon cake was made by Virginia Bakery.

The photographer was John Chabalko.

The couple lives in Davis.


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