Osborne-Mathis | TheUnion.com


Debra Osborne and David Mathis, both of Rocklin, were married Oct. 12 at Trinity Episcopal Church. The ceremony was conducted by Rich Degiogious.

The bride, a graduate of Cordova High School, is the daughter of Joyce Osborne of Nevada City and Thomas Osborne, deceased. She works for First Union in Roseville.

The groom is the son of Jan and Bill Mathis of Denver, Colo. He is a graduate of Colorado State University and is self-employed.

The bride wore a full-length gown with halter top and beaded bodice. The fingertip veil was hand-made by her mother. She carried a bouquet of white roses, and the handkerchief from her mother’s wedding 50 years ago.

The matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Vicki Lucena, of Penn Valley.

The bridesmaids were Ronda Belka of Sacramento, Renee Rhodes of Lincoln, and Dana Uharriet of El Dorado Hills.

The best man was John McNeil of New Hampshire.

The groomsmen were Larry Rhodes of Lincoln, and Clark Harmon and John Ferro, both of Seattle.

Music was provided by guitarist Jonathan Meridith of Nevada City.

Flowers provided by florist Cheryl Porter.

Approximately 80 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception at Miners Foundry.

The couple honeymooned in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

They live in Rocklin.

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