WeDDING: Walker and Hill


Emily Marie Walker and Charles Anthony Hill were married April 20, 2002, at the United Methodist Church in Steamboat Springs.

The bride is the daughter of Winston and Cindy Walker of Steamboat Springs. Parents of the groom are William and Linda Hill of Seneca, Pa. The Rev. Larry Oman and deacon John Franklin officiated. The reception followed the ceremony at the Chart House.

The bride wore an ivory satin gown with pearled, Alencon lace and a cathedral-length train that was worn by her mother and her aunt. Brides in the family have worn the ivory tulle, cathedral-length veil for four generations.

Maid of honor for the bride was Anna Engeln, cousin of the bride, from Colorado Springs; the matron of honor was Kira Ripley, cousin of the bride, from Sedalia. Other bridal attendants were Jill Cantway and Miriam Swinehart of Steamboat Springs and Lindsay Grabinger of Englewood. McKamie Walker, cousin of the bride, from Loveland was the flower girl.

Michael Hill, brother of the groom, from Hampton, Va., and Luke Walker, brother of the bride, from Steamboat Springs, served as best men. Groomsmen were John McNabb and Andrew Manion of Pittsburgh, Pa; Michael Molitoris of Franklin, Pa.; and Braden Horne of Stanford, N.C. Rylan Russell, friend of the bride, from Steamboat Springs, was the ring bearer.

Emily is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York with a bachelor's degree in computer science and digital imaging. She is employed as a Web designer.

The groom earned a bachelor's degree in physics and a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pa. He is completing his doctorate in theoretical physics at Hampton University in Hampton, Va.

The couple will reside in Hampton, Va.


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