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WEDDING – Moranville-Dills

Submitted photoSarah Moranville and Richard Dills
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Sarah Beth Moranville of Grass Valley and Richard Brian Dills of Nevada City were married May 22 at the home of Tom and Linda Balch. The ceremony was conducted by Dean White of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest.

The bride, a 2004 graduate of Nevada Union, is the daughter of Cheryl Moranville of Grass Valley. She works at VTrac Systems.

The bridegroom, a 2003 graduate of Nevada Union, is the son of Brian and Dana Dills of Nevada City. He works at Felix Electric.



The bride wore a sleeveless white satin gown, with rhinestone and pearl beaded bodice. A rhinestone and pearl tiara secured the fingertip bridal veil. She wore her grandmother’s wedding ring and carried a bouquet of white roses and stargazer lilies.

The maid of honor was Cheri Gunter of Grass Valley.




The flower girl was Samantha Atkinson, age 8, of Grass Valley.

The best man was Ben Levitz of Nevada City.

The groomsman was Derek Droze of Grass Valley.

The guest book attendant was the groom’s sister, Brianna Leigh Dills.

Approximately 60 guests attended the ceremony and garden reception in Nevada City.

Special guests included the groom’s grandparents, Pat and Richard Campbell of La Palma; the bride’s aunt, Cheryl Moore, of Austin, Tex.; the bride’s aunt and uncle, Mel and Jan Winslow of Lakeview, Ore.; the groom’s aunt, Kerri White of Anaheim; and the groom’s uncle, Mark Dills of Yucca Valley.

The couple honeymooned at Rainbow Lodge in Soda Springs and plans a wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico, early next year.

The couple lives in Grass Valley.


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