Meggean Leigh Bos and  John Anthony Marquez

Meggean Leigh Bos and John Anthony Marquez

Bos, Marquez tie the knot

Meggean Leigh Bos and John Anthony Marquez were married on July 11, 2015 at Land’s End Resort in Homer.

The bride is the daughter of William and Mary Jo Bos of Soldotna. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Science Education and a Master of Arts in Family Studies both from Michigan State University. She is a Family and Consumer Science teacher and Activities Director at Soldotna High School.

She wore a white satin A-line dress with lace appliqué, crystal and pearl accents, lace cut-out hem, a chapel length train and lace corset back in red satin ribbon. Her bouquet was handmade by her mother-in-law and included red and white cascading roses with white Madagascar jasmine accent flowers, crystal and pearl accents and black and white damask ribbons.

Rachel Jensen of Soldotna, friend of the bride, was the Maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Kim Stoner, sister of the bride, of Portage, Michigan; Kara Klein, friend of the bride, of Lansing, Michigan; Kelly Martin, friend of the bride, of Soldotna; and Beth Swaby, friend of the bride, of Nikiski. Junior bridesmaids were Macayla Stoner, niece of the bride, and Logan Stoner, niece of the bride, both of of Portage, Michigan. The flower girl was Aurora Swaby of Nikiski.

The groom is the son of Maria Marquez of Barstow, California, and Juan Marquez of Barstow, California. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education from Ottawa University and a Master of Arts in Physical Education and Coaching from Azusa University. He is a Physical Education teacher, head football coach and assistant track coach at Kenai Central High School.

The groom wore a black dress shirt, black jeans, and a red satin tie.

Travis Burnett of Kenai, friend of the groom, was the Best Man. Groomsmen were Paul Marquez, brother of the groom, of Barstow, California; Ray Chavira, cousin of the groom, of Las Vegas, Nevada; and Trent Burnett, friend of the groom, of Kenai. The ring bearer was James Jensen of Soldotna.

A reception at Land’s End Resort in Homer.

Honored guests included all of the couple’s family and friends who joined them, especially their out-of-state guests from Michigan, California, Nevada, Washington, and Texas.

Guests at the reception enjoyed individual champagne cakes with white frosting with roses on silver pedestal stands on every table from the Moose is Loose. The bride and groom’s cake was two-tiered champagne cake from the Moose is Loose with white frosting on a crystal cake stand with a crystal “M” and roses adorning the cake.

The couple resides in Soldotna.

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