Wedding – Loving-Mills
Corina Lee Loving and Jeffrey Dean Mills, both of Washington, were married Aug. 7 on the beach at Caspar Beach in Mendocino County. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Wanda Windsor.
The bride, a graduate of Empire High School in Grass Valley, is the daughter of Bennie Jimenez Castillo of Lompoc and Sharon Lee Strange of Morro Bay. She is a full-time student at Sierra College and is working toward bachelor’s degrees in business administration and accounting. She is president of the Washington District Council and president of the Twin Ridges ESD board of trustees.
The bridegroom is the son of Tom and Billie Mills of Benicia. He attended school in Benicia, and is employed at Furniture by Thurston in Grass Valley.
The bride wore a handmade lavender velvet Gothic wedding dress with train and sheer cape made by Yvonne Mohr. She wore an antique silver and amethyst pendant given to her for the occasion by family members Willie Danielson and Brian Hudson. She carried a bouquet of purple roses and wore a wreath of wildflowers in her hair.
The bride was given away by her stepfather, Richard Fishback of San Simeon.
The maid of honor was Karyn McFadyen of Washington.
The bridesmaid was the bride’s stepdaughter, Julie Sri Loving of Grass Valley.
The best man was the bride’s stepson, Joseph Michael David Loving of Grass Valley.
The groomsman was the groom’s father, Tom Mills of Benicia.
Approximately 75 guests attended the ceremony and reception. The reception was held at the home of the groom’s aunt and uncle, Dorothy and Casey Caseboldt, in Fort Bragg.
Special guests included numerous relatives from Lompoc, Chico, El Toro, Benicia, and Washington state.
The reception was organized by the groom’s sisters, Natalie Simonson of Benicia and Lisa Williams of El Toro, and the groom’s mother, Billie Mills, of Benicia.
The two-tiered wedding cake was decorated with white frosting and purple roses.
The guest book attendants were Annaley Herzo of Vallejo, the groom’s cousin, and Brittney Tabin of Lompoc, the bride’s niece.
The couple honeymooned in Mexico.
They live in Washington.
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