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D’Orazi, Norton are married at St. Theresa

Nicholas D'orazi and Staci Norton were married June 9 at St. Theresa Catholic Church.

Stacie Norton and Nicholas D’Orazi exchanged wedding vows June 9 at St. Theresa Catholic Church. The 2 p.m., double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Michael O’Reilly and was witnessed by 110 family members and friends.

The bride’s parents are Kitty and Lee Putnam of Brentwood, Calif., and Scot and Jackie Norton of Napa, Calif. The bridegroom is the son of Mike and Lori D’Orazi of Pleasant Hill, Calif.

The bride was escorted down the aisle by both her father and her stepfather.

Maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Hanna Norton of Concord, Calif., and bridesmaids were Leslie Putnam of Brentwood, Nicole Putnam of Dixon, Calif., Maddie D’Orazi of Denver, Colo., and Tamara White of Antioch, Calif.

Best man was the bridegroom’s brother, Daniel D’Orazi of Walnut Creek, Calif., and groomsmen were Jason Kiesling of South Lake Tahoe, Charles Favoroth of Antioch, Dan Hicklin of Capitola, Calif., and Mike Garritano of Castro Valley, Calif.

Flower girl was the bride’s cousin, Lily Carlisle of Brentwood, and ring bearers were the bridegroom’s cousins, Pete and Nate Sansone of Beaver Creek, Ore.

A reception was hosted by the newlyweds’ parents following the wedding ceremony at Camp Richardson Resort Hotel.

Upon their return from a one-week wedding trip to Monterey, Calif., the couple established their home at South Lake Tahoe.

The bride is a student at Lake Tahoe Community College as well as a human resources representative for Lake Tahoe Cruises and Zephyr Cove Resort.

The bridegroom attended Sonoma State University for two years and is in the nursing program at Lake Tahoe Community College. He is employed as a nursing assistant at Barton Memorial Hospital.

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