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Goodnight – Compton wedding

Laurie Goodnight and Casey Compton (pictured at right) were married May 31 at Nevada City United Methodist Church. The Rev. Rick Linberg officiated. The reception took place at the Stonehouse Restaurant in Nevada City. There was an outdoor cocktail hour, a sit down dinner, and dancing. A rehearsal dinner preceded the ceremony the night before at Friar Tucks restaurant.

One-hundred-eighty guests attended the ceremony, including many family and friends from Arizona, Alaska, Michigan, Minnesota, Georgia and Colorado.

The maid of honor was Kelly Goodnight of San Diego, the bride’s sister. Bridesmaids were Andrea Goodnight of Chico, sister of the bride, Kirsten Compton of San Luis Obispo, groom’s sister, and Nancy Paasch of San Francisco.



The best man was Joe Lange of Lodi. Groomsmen were Brian Daley of Casa Grande, Ariz., Travis Baker of San Luis Obispo, and Blake Satterlee of Eureka.

The bride is the daughter of Bonnie and Brad Goodnight of Grass Valley.




She graduated from Bear River High School in 2001 and received a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 2006.

She is an accountant in Phoenix.

The groom is the son of Cindy and Jim Compton of Casa Grande, Ariz.

He received a Bachelor of Science in agricultural business from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 2006.

He is an MBA student at Thunderbird University in Phoenix and is a plant manager at Fertizona.

The couple honeymooned in South Africa for two weeks and went on a safari.

The couple will reside in Phoenix.


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