Wedding: Reynolds, Bacon plan May honeymoon
by TP staff
Apr 26, 2012 | 2813 views | 0 0 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Chenaie Ashlen Reynolds and Matthew Benjamin Bacon of San Diego exchanged marriage vows Dec. 18, 2011, at Swedenborgian Church in San Francisco and will spend a two-week honeymoon on the Hawaiian islands of Kauai and Oahu this May.

The Rev. Doug Moss officiated the ceremony.

After their honeymoon, the couple will move to Saratoga Springs, N.Y., where Matthew will be an instructor of nuclear propulsion theory for the U.S. Navy at the Nuclear Power Training Unit in Ballston Spa, N.Y.

The bride, a Tracy High School graduate, is the daughter of Neal and Chandra Reynolds of Tracy. She is studying social sciences through California State University, Chico, and expects to complete her bachelor’s degree in spring 2013. Her grandparents are Gloria and Chuck Dupre of Brentwood, and her siblings are Jade Reynolds of Mi Wuk Village and Chailah Reynolds of Tracy.

The groom, a nuclear engineer and petty officer first class with the U.S. Navy, is the son of Jim and Tracy Bacon and brother of Kelly Bacon, all of Manteca. His grandparents are Nellie Breazeale of Pleasanton and Nelda Fondse of Manteca. Matthew graduated from Sierra High School and Manteca and Central Texas University, where he studied nuclear science.

Chenaie’s maids of honor were her sister Chailah Reynolds and her best friend, Stacey Wardle Rogers of Ogden, Utah. Matthew’s sister Kelly Bacon was her bridesmaid, and Jadyn and Ivey Breazeale were flower girls.

Matthew’s best man was Aaron Daley of Aliso Viejo, and his groomsmen were Joseph Sherman of San Diego and Chenaie’s brother Jade Reynolds. The ring bearer was Austyn Breazeale.
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