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Wedding – Ross-Grigel

Submitted photoEric Grigel and Hillary Ross
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Hillary Anne Ross and Eric Joseph Grigel, both of Tucson, Ariz., were married May 22 at Catalina Foothills Presbyterian Church in Tucson. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Michael Begley.

The bride, a 1999 Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ted Ross of Lake Wildwood. She graduated from the University of Arizona in May with a degree in architecture. She is an architectural intern at Smitthipong & Rosamond Associates, Inc. in Tucson.

The bridegroom, a graduate of Lake Havasu High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grigel of Mesa, Ariz. He also graduated in May from the University of Arizona with a degree in architecture. He is an architectural intern at Hansen Group Architects, Inc. in Tucson.



The bride wore a satin A-line diamond white Maggie Sottero strapless gown with corset back, embellished with Swarovski crystals and bugle beads. She wore a crystal tiara with crystal trimmed veil, and carried a bouquet of pink and yellow cymbidium orchids.

The maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Heather Ross of Roseville.




The bridesmaids were Theresa Adams of Kansas City, Mo., Cheri Davis of Tucson and Cortney Wilkerson of Phoenix, Ariz.

The flower girl was Emily Shamblin, age 8, of Gilbert, Ariz.

The ring bearer was Sean Fitzhenry, 9, of Lake Wildwood.

The best man was David Wagner of Austin, Texas.

The groomsmen were Caleb Matthews of Tucson, Mike Ross of Mesa and David Everson of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

Approximately 180 guests attended the ceremony and dinner reception at the Desert Diamond Casino near Tucson.

Music was provided by the band “Steel del Sol” and Millennium DJ Services.

The photographer was Gary Rumack.

Flowers were provided by Georgeanne of Villa Feliz.

The couple honeymooned in Jamaica and Cozumel.

They live in Tucson.


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