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Wendy Alynn Pittenger - Jason Allen Hartmann
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Pittenger-Hartmann

Wendy Alynn Pittenger and Jason Allen Hartmann, both of San Jose, were married July 6 at St. Canice Church in Nevada City. The service was conducted by the Rev. James McKnight.

The bride is the daughter of Wayne and Janet Pittenger of Penn Valley. She is a graduate of California State University at San Marcos with a degree in sociology. She works for Price-Waterhouse & Coopers in San Jose.



The groom is the son of George and Aurelia Hartmann of Sunnyvale. He is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara with a degree in economics. He works for Venture Bank Group in Palo Alto.

The matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Jill Baldwinson, of San Jose.




The bridesmaid was Chellie Busch of Santa Clara.

The best man was Chad Russell of San Jose.

The groomsman was Johan Koning of Moorpark.

Music was provided by organist/vocalist Ray Ashton of Nevada City and vocalist Gretchen Stevens.

Wedding readings were recited by the bride’s brother, John Pittenger, of Santa Clara and the groom’s sister, Trysha Hoskins, of Modesto.

Friends and family attended the ceremony at St. Canice Catholic Church and dinner reception at Miners Foundry.

The three-tiered cake, provided by Valentine’s, was decorated with red roses.

The photographer was Randy Silver of Nevada City.

The couple honeymooned on the island of St. Lucia in the Caribbean.

They live in San Jose.


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