Megan is the daughter of Fritz and Suzie Stagnaro. She is a graduate of San Ramon Valley High and received her Integrated Marketing Communications degree from San Diego State and her masters in business degree from San Francisco State. She is a regional director of field marketing with Rouse Properties.
John is the son of John and Nancy Moffat and a graduate of Amador Valley High. He received his BA in Communications from Arizona State University. He is a project manager with MCK Paving Co.
John and Megan had their dream honeymoon in Italy and have made their home in San Ramon with their dog, Finnegan.
Christine Sobrero-Steven Gurske
Christine Sobrero and Steven Gurske were married May 5 in an outdoor wedding at the Palm Event Center in Pleasanton followed by a reception.
Both graduated in civil engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Christine, the daughter of Bob and Peggy Sobrero of Pleasanton, graduated from Amador Valley High School in 2005. She is a design engineer for BKF Engineering in Walnut Creek.
Steven Gurske, the son of Dave and Jan Gurske of Dublin, graduated from Dublin High School in 2005. He is a project engineer for the Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. and works in Palo Alto.
The couple honeymooned in Italy and currently resides in Dublin.
Kate Maduell-Timothy Waldron
Kate Maduell and Timothy Waldron were married at St. Elizabeth Seton Church in Pleasanton on June 23, with a reception following at Canyon View Dining Hall in San Ramon.
Kate, the daughter of Dave and Annette Maduell, graduated from Foothill High in 2005 and from CSU Stanislaus in 2009. She is a third-grade teacher at Aspire Public Schools in Modesto.
Timothy is the son of Rick and Vicki Waldron of Salida. He graduated from Davis High School is 2005 and attended Modesto Junior College. He is currently attending school to become a physical therapist.
The couple honeymooned in Maui and is residing in Modesto.
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