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Wedding – Saltenberger-Hosking

Anna Marie Saltenberger and R.J. Hosking
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Anna Marie Saltenberger and R. J. Hosking, both of San Luis Obispo, were married Aug. 28 in Nipomo. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Bryan Stupar.

The bride, a Bear River High School graduate, is the daughter of John and Jeanette Saltenberger of Auburn. She is in her fourth year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and is majoring in speech communication.

The bridegroom is the son of Richard Hosking, Kristie Lamb and Patty Weber, all of Placerville. He is in his fifth year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and is majoring in business administration.



The bride wore an ivory-colored Georgette off-the-shoulder cap sleeve sheath with beaded lace bodice, skirt and train. A crystal and pearl tiara secured an ivory wedding veil. The bride carried her mother’s wedding purse, grandmother’s handkerchief and a bouquet of pink and ivory roses.

The maid of honor was April Saltenberger of Auburn.




The bridesmaids were Shelley Blackwell of Los Osos, Heather Caruso of San Francisco, and Season Yeager, Sarah Skeehan and Kelly Fries, all of San Luis Obispo.

The flower girls were Brooke and Brianna Stupar of San Luis Obispo.

The best man was Justin Hosking of Placerville.

The groomsmen were Jeremiah Blackwell of Los Osos and Ryan Hayes, Dane Streeter, Tim Ramano and Jeff Carver, all of San Luis Obispo.

Music was provided by vocalists Travis Avila of San Luis Obispo and Jessica, Kaitlyn and Jenna Weber of Placerville.

Approximately 130 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception at the Dana Powers House in Nipomo.

The guest book attendants were Sallie Saltenberger and David Fear.

The couple honeymooned in Hawaii.

They live in San Luis Obispo.


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