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King and Gallagher wed at Regan Beach

Melissa Marie King and Shawn St. Matthews Gallagher were married Sept. 1 at Regan Beach.
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Melissa Marie King and Shawn St. Matthews Gallagher exchanged wedding vows Sept. 1 at Regan Beach. The 3 p.m., double-ring ceremony was officiated by Leah Nagao and witnessed by 45 family members and friends.

The bride is the daughter of Carol Tobin of Reno, Nev., and the bridegroom is the son of Terri Nagao of South Lake Tahoe.

Given in marriage by her brother, James Adkins, the bride was attired in a strapless dress with a red-trimmed black bodice and black-and-white-plaid full skirt with a red sash at the waistline and matching underskirt. She carried a bouquet of red and white roses tied with a red ribbon.



Maid of honor was Serena Saunders of Denver, Colo., who wore a classic black dress with a red sash. Bridesmaids Ciera Sams-Cameron of Long Beach, Calif., and Wendi Lippman of Reno, each wore a black dress.

Best man was the bridegroom’s brother, Scott Gallagher of South Lake Tahoe, and groomsmen were the bride’s brothers, JB King and Jim Adkins of Reno.



Flower girl was the couple’s 3-year-old daughter, Jocelyn Ann Marie Gallagher. Ringbearer was their 5-year-old son, Gaige St. Andrew Gallagher, who became people-shy and was replaced by the bride’s niece, Hannah King.

A reception was hosted by the newlyweds’ families at their South Lake Tahoe home following the ceremony. The couple took a one-week wedding trip to Fire Island, N.Y.

Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of Chautauqua High School in Big Bear Lake, Calif. The bride is a homemaker and the bridegroom is self-employed with Custom Remodels and Floors.


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