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Hurley – Little wedding

Catherine Eileen (Trina) Hurley and William Mendoza Little were married May 3 at St. Canice Catholic Church in Nevada City. Father Sylvester Kwiatkowski officiated. A reception followed at The Stonehouse restaurant in Nevada City. There was an outdoor cocktail hour, sit-down dinner, and dancing. Sunday brunch took place at The National Hotel.

The rehearsal gathering, a wine tasting party at the Nevada City Winery, was open to all guests.

The bride wore a sleeveless white V-neck silk charmeuse gown by Jim Hjelm and the groom’s family’s diamond and pearl earrings. She carried a bouquet of light green roses.



The matron of honor was Maeleen Hurley of San Francisco, sister-in-law of the bride. The bridal attendant was Teresa Testa of Mountain View, cousin of the bride.

The best man was Christopher Little of San Francisco, brother of the groom. The groomsman was Christoph Stutts of Carrboro, N.C., friend of the groom.




The flower girl was Emily Hurley of San Marcos, niece of the bride, and the ring bearer was Brendan Hurley of San Francisco, nephew of the bride.

The bride is the daughter of Sharon Hurley of Lake Wildwood and Tim Hurley of Albuquerque, N.M.

She graduated from Nevada Union High School in 1995, from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology, and from Thomas Jefferson University Medical College in Philadelphia in 2008 with an MD.

She is a resident family physician at Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa.

The groom is the son of Lydia Mendoza and Henry Little of San Francisco.

He graduated from Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C., in 1995, and from Bowdoin College with a bachelor’s degree in history in 1999.

He is the assistant vice president of PNC MultiFamily Capital in San Francisco.

The couple honeymooned on Elbow Key, Abaco, The Bahamas.

They live in San Rafael.


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