Morrow-Wood
Kimberly Morrow and Craig Wood, both of Redding, were wed on October 4, 2008 at Riverview Golf and Country Club in Redding. Longtime family friend, Reverend Dennis Benfield officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Tim and Dayna Morrow of Redding and Del and Sandy Zielke of Rocklin.
The groom is the son of Bill and Norma Wood of Mount Shasta.
Matron of honor was Jennie Wojtaszek. Bridesmaids were Sue Santoro, Abi Sloan, Mary Bloomer, Kellie Endraske, Jennie Macias and Kellee Jackson. Flower girls were Tristyn and Taylor Barker.
Best man was Tim Renault. Groomsmen were Keith Wood, brother of the groom; Jesse Lynch, Josh Barker, Patrick Mair and Steve McCaleb. Ringbearer was Cristian Morrow, along with the couple’s dog, Max.
The couple honeymooned for a week in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
The bride is a 1991 graduate of Shasta High School in Redding. She graduated from High Tech Institute in Sacramento in 1994 and Shasta College in 1996. She is employed with Shasta Regional Medical Center and works in the perioperative and cardiac surgery units.
The groom is a 1988 graduate of Mount Shasta High School and a 1992 graduate of Humphrey’s College in Sacramento. He is employed as a court reporter and owns Craig Wood Reporting, a court and deposition reporting firm based in Redding.
The couple lives in Redding.

Underhill-Hoey
Andy E. Hoey of Mount Shasta and Jina L. Underhill of Castella were married at 3:30 p.m. on April 11, 2009 at Mount Shasta City Park with Reverend Cindy Summer officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Barbara Underhill of San Bruno; and the late Judith Luster-Stauss, a firefighter who died in the line of duty on April 17, 1995 in Castella.
The groom is the son of Elmer and Margaret Keys of Redding; and the late Donald Hoey.
The bride wore a strapless oyster color, full A-line, taffeta gown, with a lace beaded bodice and corset back. The caught-up skirt revealed a lace hemline with six foot train and a sash encircled the slightly dropped waistline.
She carried a bouquet of white roses, blue delphinians, yellow spider mums and baby’s breath.
Maid of Honor was friend of the bride, Bo Mitchell of Castella. She wore a light blue dress with sequins.
Bridesmaid was daughter of the groom, Alysia Ford of Redding.
Best Man was son of the groom, Austin Hoey of Redding. Groomsman was brother of the groom, Jim White of Covina.
Ushers were cousin of the bride, Chris Lowe of San Lorenzo and grandson of the groom, Dayton Pepperdine of Redding.
Flower Girls were daughter of the bride, Judy Gonzales of Castella and granddaughter of the groom, Daycee Ford of Redding.
Ring Bearers were grandson of the groom, Dayton Pepperdine of Redding and daughter of the bride, Christina Gonzales of Castella.
A reception followed the ceremony at the city park with decorations of blue and gold. Music was provided by DJ Cindy Summer. The wedding cake was also decorated in blue and gold with the words, “Go Rams.”
The couple honeymooned along the Oregon Coast. They currently reside in the Castella and Weed areas.
The bride is a 1984 graduate of Capuchino High School, San Bruno; Skyline College, San Bruno, 1987; and College of the Siskiyous, Weed, 1995.
She received an AA degree in Business and an AS degree in Fire Science. She is currently employed as a licensed registration examiner with the Department of Motor Vehicles in Mount Shasta.
The groom is a 1976 graduate of Pioneer High School, Redding; and Arizona Automotive Institute, 1977.
He is the owner/operater of Andy’s Transmission in Mount Shasta.