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Wedding – Sturgill-Rosol

Submitted photoStephanie Sturgill and Mark Rosol
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Stephanie Ann Sturgill and Mark Joseph Rosol, both of Reno, Nev., were married Aug. 14 at the bride’s parents’ home in Nevada City. The ceremony was conducted by the bride’s sixth-grade teacher and basketball coach, Steve Belch of Nevada City.

The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Gordon and Debbie Sturgill of Nevada City. She is a graduate of the University of Nevada with a degree in business. She is the manager for Ann Taylor in Reno.

The bridegroom, a graduate of Washoe High School, is the son of Eileen Fuller of Sparks, Nev., and Ronald Rosol of Vista. He is the supervisor at Tyco International in Reno.



The bride wore a Jasmine Couture gown.

Bridal flowers provided by Grass Valley Florist.




The maid of honor was Heather Sturgill, the bride’s sister, of Grass Valley.

The bridesmaid was Jennifer Nobles of Portland, Ore.

The flower girl was the bride’s niece, Hannah Deane, age 2, of Grass Valley.

The ring bearer was the groom’s son, Maxwell Rosol, 5, of Reno.

The best man was Dwayne Ferris of Reno.

The groomsman was Eric Devaney of Sparks.

The usher was Jacob Rosol, the groom’s son, of Reno.

Approximately 100 guests attended the garden wedding and buffet reception.

The caterer was Joan Turner of Culinary Concepts.

The wedding cake was created by Donna Imsand, The Cake Artist.

Music was provided by DJ Travis Seeger.

The photographer was Randy Silver.

The couple lives in Reno.


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