Couples announcements for September 2009



Chavez and Ramsey

Mike Ramsey and Judy Black, of Steamboat Springs, along with Lynda Chavez, of Denver, and Felix Chavez, of Granite Bay, Calif., are pleased to announce the wedding of their children, Steven James Chavez to Jennifer Day Ramsey, on Sept. 26. The wedding will take place at the home of Mike Ramsey in Clark. Jennifer Ramsey and Steven Chavez will continue to live in Denver. Jennifer Ramsey has a graphic design business called J Design, and Steven Chavez has a Brazilian Soapstone importing business called Dorado Soapstone.


Schneider and Frentress

Bob and Terri Schneider, of Moscow, Idaho, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jaycie Lee Schneider, to Christopher Lane Frentress, son of Kurt and Vonnie Frentress, of Hayden. The bride-to-be graduated in 2008 from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in biology. She is now in her sophomore year earning her doctorate from Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2012. Her fiance is a 2005 graduate of Hayden High School and 2008 graduate of Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in agricultural business. Christopher is pursuing his career in agriculture working for himself and for the Frentress family ranch operation. The couple is planning a late July 2010 wedding in Steamboat Springs.


Rygg and Schjellerud

The Smith, Rygg and Schjellerud families are pleased to announce the marriage of their children Brooke Rygg and Tor Erik Schjellerud on Sept. 4, 2009, in the Elizabethan Gardens in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. A reception followed on the Hiltons Kitty Hawk Pier House. Brooke, from Steamboat Springs, is the daughter of Deb and Barry Smith, of Steamboat, and Carl and Mai-Britt Rygg, of Buckeye, Ariz. Tor Erik, from Gjovik, Norway, is the son of Oestein and Toril Schjellerud. Brooke graduated from The Lowell Whiteman School in 2000 and took a year off to ski train in Norway, where she met Tor Erik. She returned to the U.S. to attend the University of Colorado, graduating in 2005 with a degree in international relations and skiing on CU's Nordic ski team. Tor Erik attended high school in Gjovik, Norway, and graduated from the University of Lillehammer with a degree in economy. He then attended CU-Boulder for 2 years, studying business and also skied on their Nordic ski team. The couple returned last week from their honeymoon in Antigua to their home in Gjovik, Norway, where Brooke has worked for two years for Robinson Scandinavia as a sales and operations executive. Tor Erik works for the city of Gjovik as an economy consultant. We hope to see the couple in Steamboat often.


Meek and Ramig

Megan Jo Meek and David Lawrence Ramig Jr. were married Aug. 21, 2009, at the home of the bride's parents. The ceremony was officiated by Glen Ellis, the uncle of the groom. Music was provided by Steve Boynton, and soloist Gib Manzanares sang "Our Song," by Elton John. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Meek, of Steamboat Springs. The groom is the son of Dr. David Ramig Sr., of Springboro, Ohio, and Leigh Cardwell, of St. Louis. The bride is a graduate of Steamboat Springs High School and Stephens College in Columbia, Mo. The groom graduated from Red Oak High School in Ohio and Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Megan, Dave and Megan's daughter, Mayla Meek-Reid, live in Denver.



David and Lura Gerhart, of Steamboat Springs, celebrated their two-year wedding anniversary Sept. 22. They were married at Fish Creek Falls in a sunrise ceremony. The couple is pictured at Sunset Beach in North Carolina in August.


Grinolds and Voyek

Kayloni Grinolds and Tyson Voyek are happy to announce their engagement. The couple was engaged in April in Maui, Hawaii. Kayloni is a 2006 graduate of Moffat County High School and is employed at Wildhorse Salon in Steamboat Springs. She is the daughter of Kelly Grinolds, of Craig, and Cindy Biskup, of Mesquite, Nev. Tyson is a 2002 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School and is employed by Voyek Masonry of Steamboat Springs. He is the son of Jeff Voyek and Kim Johnson, of Steamboat Springs. Kayloni and Tyson will be married in June 2010 in Mesquite.