Wedding: Robertson, Durrer exchange vows
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Michelle Nicole Robertson of Tracy and Justin Theodor Durrer of Ripon were married Sept. 4, 2011, at St. Basil Greek Orthodox Church in Stockton by the Rev. Luke Palumbis.

The bride is the daughter of Keith and Janice Robertson of Tracy and granddaughter of Dorothy Yrigoyen of Manteca and Clifford and Louella Robertson of Tracy. Her brother, Kyle Robertson, lives in Manteca.

The groom is the son of Ted and Maria Durrer of Ripon and grandson of Bill and Pamela Gaines of Modesto and Fotios and Vera Jordanoglou of Ripon. His siblings, Pamela, Ryan and Andrew Durrer, live in Ripon.

Michelle graduated from Tracy High School and California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She is employed by The Wine Group in Ripon.

Justin is a graduate of Ripon High School, Ripon Fire Academy and Abrams College. He works for Memorial Medical Center in Modesto.

Justin’s best man was Brandon Higgins, and the koumbaro was Kosmas Mavrommatis of Greece. Groomsmen were Ryan Durrer, Andrew Durrer, Kyle Robertson, Matthew Sonsky, Kenny Noack and Brett Noack.

Michelle’s maid of honor was Megan Colombini of Ripon, and her bridesmaids were Pamela Durrer, Allison (Yrigoyen) Sandel, Jessica Thomas, Becky Baker and Angela Sordello.

Justin had proposed to Michelle on the beach in Hawaii.

A reception followed the ceremony at Wine & Roses in Lodi.

The newlyweds recently bought a house in Ripon, where they will make their home. They honeymooned at Capitola Beach, along the Central Coast.
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