Wedding – Woodrum-Rauback |

Wedding – Woodrum-Rauback

Michelle Lynn Woodrum and Rodney Lee Rauback, both of Silverdale, Wash., were married March 26 at the NBK Bangor Chapel in Washington. The ceremony was officiated by the bride’s uncle, the Rev. Curtis Price.

Michelle, a graduate of Olympic High School, is the daughter of Michael and Bernadette Price of Bremerton, Wash. She works as a sergeant in security at NBK Bangor.

Rodney, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the son of Teresa and Troy Long of Nevada City and Ernest Rauback of Rancho Cordova. He is a corporal in the United States Marine Corps at NBK Bangor.

The bride wore a strapless, white gown with princess crown and white veil. She carried a bouquet of roses and orchids.

The maid of honor was Crystal Arias.

The bridesmaid was Amy Price, the bride’s sister-in-law.

The flower girls were the bride’s daughters, Alexa, 6, and Kylie, 4, both of Silverdale.

The ring bearer was the bride’s cousin, Jack Price, age 6, of Shoreline, Wash.

The best man was David Dutra of San Francisco.

The groomsman was Phillip Long-Rauback of Nevada City.

Approximately 100 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception at the Island Lake Conference Center.

Special guests included the bride’s grandparents and the groom’s grandmother.

The photographer was John Baze.

The couple is planning a family trip to Disneyland.

They live in Silverdale.

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