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Wedding – Kruse-Calvert

Cara Michelle Kruse and Daniel John Richard Calvert, both of Sacramento, were married June 19 at Great Occasions in Carmichael. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Don Lee.

Approximately 150 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception.

The bride is the daughter of Beverly and Gayle Kruse of Rio Linda. She is a graduate of California State University at Sonoma, and is a middle-school teacher for the Natomas School District.



The bridegroom, a Bear River High School graduate, is the son of De Calvert of Lake of the Pines. He is a graduate of California State University at Sonoma, and is in his second year of study at McGeorge School of Law.

The bride wore a white satin, strapless, full-length gown, and carried a bouquet of yellow and orange calla lilies.




The maid of honor was Dezi Carter.

The best man was Scott Stens Shama of Beaverton, Ore.

Music was provided by violinist David Ng of Berkeley and vocalist Jenny Calvert of Lake of the Pines.

The photographer was Michael Nevins.

The couple enjoyed a Mexican Riviera honeymoon cruise.

They live in Sacramento.


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