WEDDING – Kling-Leyba |

WEDDING – Kling-Leyba

Submitted photoBarry Leyba and Jenny Kling
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Jenny Kling and Barry Anthony Leyba, both of Yuba City, were married July 17 at the Victorian Manor in Yuba City. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. India Nelson.

Approximately 80 guests attended the ceremony and luncheon reception. Family members and guests came from as far away as Alaska, Washington, Nevada and Europe to attend the wedding.

The bride is the daughter of Mel and Lisa Kling of Oroville. She is a graduate of Las Plumas High School in Oroville and of California State University at Chico. She works at Grey Avenue Middle School in Yuba City.

The bridegroom, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the son of Robert and Gloria Leyba of Penn Valley. He works for Ericson Air Crane in Medford, Ore.

The bride wore a white wedding gown trimmed with pearls. A lacy fingertip veil was secured by a pearl tiara. She carried a bouquet of white and red roses.

The matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Nancy Franchi.

The best man was the groom’s brother, Robert Leyba Jr.

The ring bearer was the groom’s son, Cody Leyba, age 12.

The couple honeymooned in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, and Sardinia, Italy.

They live in Yuba City.

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