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Podbreger-Jenkins

Sonia Podbreger-Jeffrey Jenkins
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Sonia Nicole Podbreger of Grass Valley and Jeffrey Alan Jenkins of Reno were married June 29 at the Alta Sierra Country Club. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. David Carouthers.

The bride, a graduate of Nevada Union High School, is the daughter of Dan and Roxanne Miller of Grass Valley and of Tim Podbreger of Citrus Heights. She is a graduate of California State University at Sacramento with a degree in liberal arts. She works at High Sierra Gymnastics in Reno.

The groom is the son of David and Janice Jenkins of Plano, Texas. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a degree in finance.



The bride wore a strapless white satin gown with beading on the bodice and hem, and a fingertip-length veil. Diamond earrings from the groom’s maternal grandmother completed the ensemble.

The matron of honor was Lisa Dana of Temecula.




The bridesmaids were Tami Strong of Logan, Utah; Jennifer Burns of Grass Valley; Megan Heinrich of San Diego and Tiffany Morris of Albuquerque, N.M.

The flower girl was the groom’s niece, Rachel Bennett, 6, of Frisco, Texas.

The ring bearer was the groom’s nephew, Andrew Bennett, 4, of Frisco.

The best man was Jim Nation of Tulsa, Okla.

The groomsmen were Thomas Miller of Houston, Texas; Greg Leber of Waukesha, Wisc.; Joel Jenne of Orlando, Fla.; and the bride’s brother, Brendon Miller, of Grass Valley.

About 200 guests attended the ceremony and dinner reception at the Alta Sierra Country Club.

The three-tiered cake was decorated with pearls and white roses.

The guest-book attendants were Laura and Renee Bergeron, cousins of the bride.

The photographer was Chris Hersey.

The couple honeymooned in Mexico.

They live in Reno.


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