Wedding: Krill-Milbauer |

Wedding: Krill-Milbauer

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Kimberlie Krill and Justin Milbauer, both of Sacramento, were married Jan. 5 at United Methodist Church in Nevada City. The ceremony was officiated by Judge Carl Bryan.

The bride, a 1993 Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Suzan and Michael Krill of Nevada City. She graduated in 1997 from California State University at Chico with a degree in organizational communication.

The groom, also a 1993 NUHS graduate, is the son of Sharon and Vince Milbauer of Grass Valley. He graduated in 1999 from CSU Chico with a degree in psychology. He is the assistant varsity girls’ basketball coach at Del Campo High School.

The bride wore her great-grandmother’s wedding ring and carried a bouquet of red roses.

The maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Jennifer Krill. The bridesmaids were Chella Fitzwilliam, Tracee Ljepava, Jaime Barretta, Marlo Danielsen and the groom’s sister, Brianna Milbauer.

The best men were Beau Conway and Matt Davis.

The groomsmen were Tim Caldwell; Aaron Brown; Randy Calvert, the groom’s uncle; and Matt Krill, the bride’s brother.

The guest-book attendants were Wendy Bishop and Michelle Ellis, the bride’s cousin.

The music attendant was Anne Maurer.

Approximately 200 guests attended the ceremony and reception at Miners Foundry.

Special guests included Agnes Schaegalen of Nevada City, great-grandmother of the bride; Mary and Wally Krill of Nevada City, grandparents of the bride; Irene Calvert of Grass Valley, grandmother of the groom; Patricia Haas, Liz Gomez, Matt and Gloria Evans and Trevor Wise, family members of the groom from Southern California; Kathy, Joann, Jamie and Alex Delora, family and friends of the groom from Southern California; Newell and Maxine Witter, great uncle and aunt from Redding; and Kimberly and Denine Zwingman from Washington, D.C., friends of the groom.

The couple honeymooned in Ixtapa, Mexico.

They live in Sacramento.

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