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Wedding – Heidt-Soares

Troy Soares-Robin Heidt
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Robin Courtney Heidt of Portola Valley and Troy Alfred Soares of San Jose were married Aug. 10 at University Presbyterian Church in Los Altos. The ceremony was officiated by Eric Zenor, the groom’s brother-in-law.

The bride is the daughter of Gerald and Janice Heidt of Santa Clarita. She is a graduate of University of California at Davis with a degree in mathematics. She works at Woodside High School.

The groom, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the son of Suzann Soares of Nevada City and Alfred Soares of Grass Valley. He is a graduate of California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo with a degree in electronic engineering. He works at Kaiser Electronics/Rockwell Collins.

The bride wore an ivory-colored, strapless dress with an ivory-colored veil and flowered tiara. She carried a bouquet of roses, lilies, sweet peas and annis lace.

The maid of honor was Leonie Wynhoven.

The matron of honor was Kristin Funston.

The bridesmaids were Teresa Clark, Angela Box and Cathy Bailey.

The ring bearer was Bobby Frey of Grass Valley.

The best man was John Frey of Grass Valley.

The groomsmen were Dale Jackson, David Ridder and Dick Kirkpatrick, all of San Jose; and Erik Roos of Chico.

The usher was the bride’s brother, Matt Heidt, of Yuma, Ariz.

Approximately 180 guests attended the ceremony and reception at the San Jose Country Club.

Special guests included Tracey, Eric, Daniel and Mariah Zenor; and Matt, Kristin and Anika Heidt.

Music was provided by organist Barbary Grant and vocalists Janet Vandenberg of Hollister and Steve Aviles of Santa Clara.

The guest-book attendant was Vicki Egland.

The photographer was Diane Quenell.

The couple honeymooned in the Caribbean.

They live in San Jose.

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