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Christina Dickey - Joshua Ramey
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Christina Juliana Dickey of Browns Valley and Joshua Willard Ramey of Grass Valley were married Nov. 23 in Marysville. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Robin Simmons.

The bride is the daughter of Dana and Fayrene Dickey of Browns Valley. Her affiliations include the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, Red Cross, You Bet/Red Dog Community Church and the Master Gardener program. She works at Nav Press.



The groom is the son of Joe and Sue Ramey of Grass Valley. His affiliations include the Peardale-Chicago Park Fire Dept., Nevada County Search and Rescue, You Bet/Red Dog Community Church and SBC Disaster Relief. He works for Circo Innovations.

The bride wore a white charmeuse gown featuring a beaded Battenburg lace bodice, gathered skirt, lace sleeves and chapel-length train. A fingertip tulle veil was secured by a rose-and-pearl band fashioned by the bride’s aunt. The veil was hand-made by the bride’s grandmother and worn by the bride’s mother at her own wedding. A pearl necklace, given to the bride by the groom, completed the ensemble. She carried a bouquet of white roses and freesia.




The maid of honor was Sarah Dickey of Browns Valley. The bridesmaids were Allison Dickey and Darlene Dickey, both of Browns Valley, and Katrina Brooks of Oroville. The flower girl was Emily Jones, age 6, of Browns Valley.

The ring bearer was the groom’s brother, David Ramey, 8, of Grass Valley. The best man was Mike Sutter of Grass Valley. The groomsmen were Tim Broz of Grass Valley, Brian Weston of Williams and Ray McWhinney of Penn Valley.

Approximately 275 guests attended the ceremony and dessert reception at First Presbyterian Church in Marysville.

Music was provided by organist Gail Pfister and a vocal ensemble comprised of Beth Pendergast, Danielle Weed, Elizabeth Fox, and Darlene, Sarah and Allison Dickey.

The guest book attendants were Esther and Sarah Ramey.

The couple honeymooned in Ft. Bragg.

They live in Grass Valley.


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