Kaleta, Hoida wed in Incline Village
Karin Marie Kaleta and William Jack Hoida were united in marriage July 7 at Aspen Grove in Incline Village, Nev. The 5 p.m., double-ring ceremony was performed by Judge Richard Glasson and witnessed by 150 family members and friends.
The bride is the daughter of Paul and Vicky Kaleta of Cave Rock, Nev., and the bridegroom’s parents are Jack and Lynn Hoida of Stockton, Calif.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a slender, full-length, halter-style gown of champagne satin with flowing, full-length veil featuring scattered touches of crystal and pearls. She carried a simple and elegant bouquet of white calla lilies.
Maid of honor was Jennifer Miles of South Lake Tahoe and bridesmaids were the bridegroom’s sister, Bridget Mulholland of San Clement, Calif., Samantha Taylor of Flagstaff, Ariz., Lauren Zion of Reno, Nev., and Trisha Coffey of Oceano, Calif. Each attendant wore a tea-length, halter-style gown of periwinkle chiffon and carried a bouquet of deep purple calla lilies and carnations.
Best man was the bridegroom’s brother, Jeff Hoida of Dublin, Calif., and groomsmen were the bride’s brother, Casey Kaleta of Cave Rock, Pat Henry of Stockton, Eric Henderson of San Luis Obispo, Calif., and Nick Matheson of Boulder, Colo.
Flower girl was the maid of honor’s niece, Camille Dahili, and ring bearer was the bridegroom’s nephew, West Mulholland.
Both sets of parents hosted a reception at Aspen Grove following the wedding ceremony as well as a barbecue July 8 at Nevada Beach.
Upon their return from a wedding trip to Kauai, Hawaii, the newlyweds established their home at Rock.
The bride graduated from George Whittell High School in 1999 and received a bachelor of science degree in science-international business from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Calif., in 2001. She is a land use planning consultant with Basin Strategies.
The bridegroom is 1996 graduate of Bear Creek High School in Stockton and received a bachelor of science degree in recreation administration from California Polytechnic State University in 2001.
– Provided to the Tribune
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