Wedding: Bryant, Bradley marry in Ripon
by TP staff
Feb 08, 2013 | 3637 views | 2 2 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Wendy Ann Bryant, 33, a Tracy High School alumna, married Todd Allen Bradley, 29, on Aug. 25, 2012, at Spring Creek Golf and Country Club in Ripon.

The bride graduated from Kaplan College in 2002 with a dental assistant certification. A member of the Tracy High Class of 1997, she works as an asset specialist for Wells Fargo in Modesto.

Wendy is the daughter of Curtis and Susan Bryant of Tracy. She has one brother, Jonathan Bryant of Manteca. Her grandparents are the late Jerry and Estelle King, formerly of Long Island, N.Y., and Jack and Addie Bryant of Simi Valley.

The groom is a 2002 East Union High School graduate and a 2007 paramedic graduate of Napa Valley College. He works as a firefighter-paramedic for Defense Distribution Depot San Joaquin in Tracy.

His parents, Randy and Dana Bradley, and his sister, Kati Bradley, live in Manteca. His grandparents are Darlene Junqueiro of Manteca, Jerry and Beverly Bradley of French Camp and the late David Junqueiro.

Todd proposed to Wendy with red roses and champagne on June 1, 2012, after spending the day shopping for rings with his mother. The couple announced their engagement to relatives during a barbecue in the Bradleys’ backyard.

Wendy’s maid of honor was Heather Ransom, her cousin and best friend. Todd’s best man was his father, Randy Bradley.

The couple was also attended by Todd’s best friend, Ben Simon, and his sister, Kati Bradley; the bride’s father, Curtis Bryant; and junior groomsmen Jack Brierly, Wyatt Nilsson, Andrew Nilsson and Aidan Nilsson, Todd’s cousins. Wendy’s godson, Jordan Ransom, and Todd’s goddaughter, Paityn Tagliabue, were the ring bearer and flower girl.

The bride’s brother was the officiant.

The newlyweds visited New York City for a few days before going on a honeymoon cruise to Bermuda.

They make their home together in Manteca.
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February 11, 2013
Wendy you look beautiful .... I always knew you make a beautiful bride... congratulations. .
February 08, 2013
It was a spectacular day, indeed.

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