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Wedding – Coffey-Peterson

Shawn Coffey & Jeffrey Peterson
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Shawn Nichole Coffey and Jeffrey Scott Peterson, both of Nevada City, were married Sept. 12 at the Empire Mine. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Jeri Murphy.

The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Michael Coffey and Teresa Prock, both of Grass Valley. She works at Cirino’s at Main Street and Wild Side.

The bridegroom, also an NUHS graduate, is the son of Lerry Peterson of Nevada City and Donna De Quillettes of Dixon. He is a graduate of ITT and works for Seatel Inc. in Concord.

The bride wore a white strapless mermaid-style gown with veil and tiara. She carried her great-grandmother’s handkerchief and a bouquet of pink roses.

The maid of honor was Amber Roasio of Grass Valley.

The bridesmaids were Kristin Coffey, Heather Coffey ad Michelle McConnell, all of Grass Valley, and Corrin Heth of Nevada City.

The flower girl was the bride’s daughter, Peighton Coffey, of Nevada City.

The ring bearer was the bride’s cousin, Tyler Pass, of Alta Sierra.

The best man was Dale Peterson of Alta Sierra.

The groomsmen were David Pettis of Grass Valley and Mario Rodriguez of Nevada City.

Approximately 160 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception at the Alta Sierra County Club.

The five-tier wedding cake was made by Jeanie McConnell and was decorated with pink roses and ribbons.

Music was provided by Emerald Mist.

The guest book attendants were Alyssa Pass and Kristen Peterson.

Photography by Rhonda.

The couple honeymooned on Maui.

They live in Nevada City.

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