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Wedding – Westfall-Mettler

Erin Westfall of Grass Valley and Brad Mettler of Lodi were married Oct. 29, 2004 at Calvary Bible Church in Acampo. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Randy Bowman.

The bride, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the daughter of Jerry and Elaine Westfall of Grass Valley. She is a graduate of the University of the Pacific, Stockton with a degree in sociology, and a graduate of St. Mary’s College of California with a master’s degree in leadership. She is an analyst with the City of Stockton’s Housing and Redevelopment Dept.

The groom, a graduate of Tokay High School, is the son of Lloyd and the late Walendena Mettler of Lodi. He is a graduate of the University of California at Davis with a degree in managerial economics. He is a project manager with the City of Stockton’s Public Works Dept.



The bride wore a halter-style gown with beaded embroidery and a cathedral-length veil. She carried a bouquet of red roses, white orchids and stephanotis. Her jewelry was designed by longtime friend Christine Briggs of Tacoma, Wash.

The maid of honor was Rachael Snow of Marina. The matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Sally Hoyt of Roseville. The bridesmaid was Heather Blackburn of Red Boiling Springs, Tenn.




The flower girls were Kaylei Davis of Elk Grove, and Jamie and Jenessa Davis of Lodi.

The best man was the groom’s brother-in-law, Paul Davis of Lodi. The groomsmen were Shanon Hoyt of Roseville and Ryan Beatie of Antelope.

The ring bearer was Jonathan Davis of Lodi.

Approximately 200 guests attended the ceremony and dessert reception. The three-tier wedding cake was made by Jan’s Sweet Treasures of Lodi and decorated with red roses.

The photographer was Gary Collins of Collins Photography.

The couple honeymooned in the Caribbean.

They live in Stockton.


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