Kearney-Landon wedding |

Kearney-Landon wedding

Samantha Kearney and Mark Landon, both of Rocklin, were married Sept. 9 at the Ridge Country Club in Auburn. The service was conducted by Dan Miller. Approximately 200 guests attended the ceremony and reception. Special guests included the groom’s niece, Kira Lynn Landon of Fountain Valley.

The bride is the daughter of Richard and Jami Kearney of Roseville. She is a graduate of Woodcreek High School in Roseville and is self-employed at Chris’ Collision Repair.

The bridegroom, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the son of Chris Landon of Nevada City and Linda and Don Bennett of Grass Valley. He is a graduate of California State University, Sacramento and is self-employed at Chris’ Collision Repair.

The bride wore an ivory strapless mermaid-style gown, with beading and lace, and a lace veil with beaded trim. She carried her grandmother’s beaded purse and a bouquet of red roses.

The maid of honor was Ami Atteberry, the bride’s sister.

The bridesmaids were Christy Hastings of Roseville, Jessica Diaz of Roseville, Denise Landon of Fountain Valley, Erika Kearney of Sacramento, Terha Tullius of Roseville and Christiana Atteberry of Laguna.

The flower girl was Katie Atteberry, age 8, of Laguna, the bride’s niece.

The ring bearer was Nathan Little, 5, of Antelope, the groom’s cousin.

The best man was the groom’s brother, Jason Landon of Fountain Valley.

The groomsmen were Josh Hart of Natomas, Ian Coltoff of Sacramento, Jimmy Burnes of Grass Valley, Matt Davis of Auburn, Dylan Petty of Reno, Nev., and Jeremy Horn of San Francisco.

The couple honeymooned in Hawaii.

They live in Rocklin.

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