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Community Pulse - November 22, 2013


Christopher Tyler Testa, son of Nick and Julie Testa of Pleasanton, and Carolyn Rae Berry, daughter of Tom and Terri Berry of Camarillo, were married Aug. 31 at the beautiful, historic Santa Margarita Ranch near San Luis Obispo, Ca.

Chris Testa grew up in Pleasanton, and graduated from Amador Valley High School in 2003.

The couple met at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, where Chris received a Bachelor's degree in Finance and Carolyn received a Masters degree in Bio-medical Engineering.

The bride was attended by her two sisters as her co-maids of honor, Diana Berry and Noelle Berry. Other bridesmaids were Kristin Schmittel, Heather Veliz, Ashley Bliss, and Rae Boghossian.

His two brothers as his co-best men Matthew Testa and Kendall Testa attended the Groom. Other Groomsmen were Nick Johnson of Pleasanton, Mark Berry, Grant Zanini, and Collin Hamilton.

The couple was also attended by three delightful flower girls: Sonja Testa, Mari Testa, and Mattie Nielsen; three year old cousin Gabriel Ryan rocked the house as ring bearer.

Chris and Carolyn spent their honeymoon in Thailand, and currently reside in Newport Beach, Ca. as they pursue careers in their professions.


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