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South Shore teacher weds in Mormon Temple

Janae R. Nead and Zackary E. Ballingham sealed together for time and all eternity Aug. 16 at the Oakland Mormon Temple. On Aug. 17 they held a ring ceremony and reception on the South Upper Truckee for 200 guests.

The bride is the daughter of Nancy Allen of Fremont, Calif., and Ronald Nead of San Antonio, Texas. The bridegroom is the son of Roger and Pamela Ballingham of Reno, Nev.

During the ring ceremony the bride’s sister, Natalie Coronado, accompanied another sister, Darcelle Moreno, while she sang “Now” by Karen Carpenter. During the reception, yet another sister and matron of honor, Julie Tucker, sang the first dance to “From This Moment” by Shania Twain. All five of the bride’s sisters were in attendance.



Following the reception, the bride and bridegroom left for Kauai for eight days of relaxation and celebration.

The bride graduated in 1990 from Irvington High School, Fremont, Calif., and received a bachelor of science degree in physical education and biology from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She is an eighth-grade teacher at South Tahoe Middle School and JV volleyball coach for South Tahoe High School.




The bridegroom is a 1993 graduate of Reno High School and received an associate degree in fire science at Utah Valley State College. Currently, he is studying to be a physician’s assistant.


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