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Daley-Dremann wedding

Angela Daley and Justin Dremann, both of Grass Valley, were married April 28.

The bride is the daughter of Debbie Painter of Nevada City and Gary and Janice Daley of Grass Valley. She is a 1999 graduate of Nevada Union High School and is currently a loan processor for Stanford Mortgage. The groom is the son of Jim and Kitty Dremann of Reno, Nev. He is also a 1999 graduate of Nevada Union High School and is the owner of Steel Stump Removal.

One hundred and seventy-five guests attended the ceremony at Empire Mine. The bride carried a mixed spring bouquet of lilies, Gerber daisies and tulips. She wore a Swarovski crystal tiara with a mid-length veil and carried her great aunt’s handkerchief. The maid of honor was the groom’s sister, Lacey Dremann Bodden of Reno, Nev. The bridesmaids were Crystal Marchinek of Penn Valley; Mia Andres of Penn Valley; Desiree Reuther of Grass Valley; Gail Lee of Folsom; and the bride’s sisters, Ali Daley of Los Angeles and Hayley Hood of Nevada City.



The junior bridesmaids were the bride’s cousins, Brittany Tipton and Marissa Tipton. The flower girl was Chanelle Marchinek of Penn Valley, and the ring bearer was the bride’s son, Conner Reece of Grass Valley. The best man was the groom’s father, Jim Dremann of Reno, Nev. The groomsmen were Greg Bodden of Reno, Nev.; Pete Marchinek of Penn Valley; Jerry Andres of Penn Valley; Scott Muehlbach of Grass Valley; and Scott Eckman of Grass Valley. Kathy Luzmoore officiated.

A buffet reception was held at the Lake of the Pines Country Club, which was decorated with spring bouquet centerpieces and white lights.




The couple spent their honeymoon in Maui, Hawaii. They will reside in Grass Valley.


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