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Wedding – Foster-Clapp

Submitted photoStephanie Foster and Geoffrey Clapp
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Stephanie Lynne Foster and Geoffrey Joseph Clapp, both of Mountain View, were married July 17 at the Mountain Home Inn in Mill Valley. The ceremony was officiated by Anita Devine.

Approximately 50 guests attended the ceremony and dinner reception. The three-tier wedding cake was made by Brian Coe of San Francisco.

The bride, a graduate of Humboldt State University, is the daughter of Jack and Patti Foster of Nevada City. She works for the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in Mountain View.

The bridegroom is the son of John and Gloria Turner of Barre, Mass. He is a graduate of Goucher College in Maryland, and is CTO of Health Hero Network in Mountain View.

The bride wore a white satin Maggie Sottero gown with beaded bodice. She carried an antique lace handkerchief that belonged to her great aunt. The bride’s mother and sister also carried this handkerchief in their weddings.

The matron of honor was Julie Badillo, the bride’s sister, of Walnut Creek.

The bridesmaids were Michelle Houchins of San Diego, Kim Simon of Foster City, Nichole Marconi of Seattle, Wash., and Brian Coe of San Francisco.

The flower girl was the bride’s niece Riley Badillo, age 7, of Walnut Creek.

The best man was Brian Clapp of Seattle.

The groomsmen were John Turner of Barre and David Whitney of San Francisco.

The photographer was Dave Lepori of Lepori Photography in San Francisco.

The couple honeymooned in Vancouver and Whistler, B.C.

They live in Mountain View.

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