Valvo & Hindle Wed 5/25/19

Kayla Valvo originally from Las Vegas, NV, daughter of Terri & David Morgenson of Surprise, AZ; Calvin & Terri Valvo of Gulf Shores, Alabama and Eric Hindle originally from Buffalo, NY, son of Brian & Maxine Hindle of Scottsdale, AZ were united in marriage on May 25th, 2019. The ceremony was held at the Dream Manor Inn’s private spring garden sanctuary in Globe, AZ. Pastor Matt Kelly from Wheatfields Baptist Church, officiated a heartfelt ceremony as the couple stood beneath a floral decorated arch with family and friends in attendance. The Maid-Matron of Honor were sisters, Alexandra Naster of St. Johns, Florida & Amanda Williams of Las Vegas, Nevada and Ella Hindle of Peoria, Arizona. Chris Hindle of Phoenix, AZ and Tim Hindle of Peoria, AZ are the Groom’s brothers and was the honored Best Men. Nephews, Lukas Hindle of Peoria, Arizona and Quinn Naster of St. Johns, Florida were the groomsmen. And the Ring Bearer was Nephew, Talinn Naster of St. Johns, Florida. After the ceremony, the bride and groom were welcomed to a lively reception of approximately 80 guests inside the Dream Manor Inn’s Tuscany Banquet room. Providing the evenings music entertainment was Gilbert Jacinto from Genuine Events. Photos were provided by the talented John Petty from K&K Photography. The aesthetic bouquet of flowers was provided by Pinal Mountain Flowers owned by Christie Cothrun and the sweet delightful cake was created local baker Misty Williams from Misty’s Sugar Craft Cakery. Eric works as a Senior Credit Analyst for Washington Federal Bank and Kayla works as an Analyst for Government. After a honeymoon in Disneyworld, the lovely couple will be residing in Phoenix, AZ. We would like to congratulate the new Mr. & Mrs. Hindle on their new journey. May the years ahead be filled with everlasting joy.

Printz-Rodney Wed 5-2-19

Amie Printz, daughter of Lynn Brennan of Astoria, Oregon and Ryan Rodney, son of Tom & Twyla Rodney of Mountain Home, Idaho were unified in marriage on May 2nd 2019. The ceremony was held at the Dream Manor Inn’s enchanting garden sanctuary in Globe, Arizona. The bride was walked down the aisle by brother-in-law Jerome Sarkinen, Dream Manor Owner, Rebecca Williams, officiated the wedding ceremony as the couple met in front of a spectacular waterfall with friends and family in attendance. Olivia Munger of San Tan Valley, Arizona, is the bride’s daughter and was the Maid of Honor. The bridesmaids were the bride’s sister’s, Nikki Munger of Girdwood, Arkansas, Jasmie Sarkinen of Hockinson, Washington & Jackie Munger of Dallas, Texas were all bridesmaids. The lovely flower girls was the bride’s daughter Pippa Printz of San Tan Valley, Arizona. The groom’s brother, Aaron Rodney of Salt Lake City, Utah, had the honor of being the best man. The groomsmen were the groom’s father, Tom Rodney of Mountain Home, Idaho & Denis Johnston of Idaho Falls, Idaho. The Ringer bearer was the couple’s daughters, Ashley & Riley Rodney. Approximately 50 friends and family awaited the newlyweds with a vivacious welcome followed by an elegant dinner inside the Dream Manor Inn’s Tuscany Banquet room. Entertaining the night’s formalities was Owner, Carl Williams and DJ Gilbert Jacinto from Genuine Events who packed a lively dance floor with music entertainment. The talented John Petty from K&K Photography captured photos. Christi Cothrun from Pinal Mountain flowers provided the aesthetically beautiful floral arrangements. Ryan works for Arizona State Hospital as a CFO and Amie is a recent graduate in Nursing. The newlyweds will be residing in San Tan Valley, Arizona We would like to congratulate the brand-new Mr. & Mrs. Rodney on their new journey. We wish you a life full of prosperity, love, and happiness!

Hilltop Manor

Excellent venue (on top of a hill with wonderful views) for a wedding, party, reunion or any event that needs that special feeling! Rebecca and Carl are the perfect hosts and will make you feel special. They know what they are doing. We had our 50th anniversary celebration there and several in the party/guests stayed over in their comfortable, contemporary, and attractive rooms. Also included is a pool and Jacuzzi, men’s den (with games like pool, ping pong and more), and bride and groom suite and a separate dressing room for the bride and her entourage. The food which is prepared on site was very good! Check it out… you have nothing to lose but be careful, you may end up a regular like my wife and I!   Bruce-Trip Advisor, May 2019

Bromund-Massie Wed 4-27-19

Lindsay Bromund, daughter of Robert and the late Carol Duber of Globe, Arizona and Jason Massie from Wichita, KS, son of Kent and Barbara Massie of Gilbert, Arizona were unified in a Covenant Marriage on April 27th 2019. The ceremony was held at the Dream Manor Inn’s enchanting garden sanctuary in Globe, Arizona. The bride was walked down the aisle by son, Patrick Bromund and the bride’s father, Judge Robert Duber II, officiated the wedding ceremony with Pastor Greg Hein who gave the invocation and blessing as the couple met in front of a spectacular waterfall with friends and family in attendance. Making it a family wedding party, Alexis Bromund from Queen Creek, AZ is the bride’s daughter, and was the Maid of Honor. The groom’s eldest son, Jace Massie from Gilbert, AZ had the honor of being the best man. The groomsmen were the groom’s son, Andrew Massie from Gilbert, AZ and the bride’s son Patrick Bromund from Queen Creek, AZ. Approximately 90 friends and family awaited the newlyweds with a very excited welcome followed by an elegant dinner inside the Dream Manor Inn’s Tuscany Banquet room. Entertaining the night’s formalities was Dream Manor Inn Owner/Emcee, Carl Williams and DJ Nicholas Mada who packed a lively dance floor with music entertainment. The talented John and Dana Haggart from Surreal Images Photography captured photos. Anita Derhammer created a beautiful and extravagant cake and Christie Cothrun from Pinal Mountain flowers provided the aesthetically beautiful floral arrangements. Jason works for US Army as a Education Services & Awards Branch Chief and Lindsay works for Sonora Quest as a Phlebotomist. The newlyweds honeymooned at Catalina Island and will be residing in Queen Creek, Arizona. We would like to congratulate the brand-new Mr. & Mrs. Massie on their new journey. We wish the two of you a life full of prosperity, love, and happiness with your family!

Vargas-Warmuth Wed 9/27/18

Jannel Vargas, daughter of Becki Clark of Rochester, New York and Christopher Warmuth, son of Linda Justesen & Tom Warmuth of Reno, Nevada were united in marriage on October 27th, 2018. The ceremony was held at the Dream Manor Inn’s private sanctuary in Globe, Arizona. The couples friend, Nick Sewell officiated the ceremony as the beautiful couple exchanged vows under a lovely arch facing the eastern mountain range with friends and family in attendance. Kelly Fairbrother of Phoenix, AZ is the bride’s best friend and the Maid of Honor and Jessie Bush of Phoenix, Arizona was the bridesmaid. The bride’s daughter, Ceci Vargas of Phoenix, Arizona, was the lovely flower girl. The groom’s best friend, Paul Fairbrother of Phoenix, Arizona, had the honor of being the best man. Friend, David Natkin of Phoenix, Arizona was the groomsman. Bellah and Abby Vargas proudly walked down as the ring bearers. A lively reception of approximately 75 friends and family awaited the newlyweds with a warm welcome followed by a divine dinner inside the Dream Manor Inn’s Tuscany Banquet room. Providing the evenings music entertainment was Gilbert Jacinto from Genuine Events alongside the Master of Ceremonies and Dream Manor owner, Carl Williams. Photos were provided by the talented John Petty from K&K Photography and an aesthetically delightful cake was created by local cake artist, Anita Derhammer. Christopher works for Square Inc as a CSA and Jannel works for CDI Corp also as a CSA. After honeymooning is Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the newlyweds will reside in Phoenix, AZ. We would like to congratulate the new Mr. & Mrs. Warmuth on their new journey. May the years ahead be filled with everlasting joy.