Wedding: Goodwin-Hardman

Wedding: Goodwin-Hardman

Ralph O. Goodwin Sr. of John Day and Toni Taylor Hardman of Baker City were united in marriage on Sept. 14 at the First Lutheran Church in Baker City. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Dennis Hickman.

The bride was given away by her son, Mikel Hardman of Seattle, Wash. Marla Ann Hardman of Hermiston, daughter of the bride, was maid of honor.

Ralph O. Goodwin Jr. of Pendleton served as best man and James Goodwin and Matthew Goodwin were ushers. All three are sons of the groom.

Hostesses at the reception included daughters of the groom, Michelle DesJardin and Marguerite Powell of John Day; Karan Vanderworker of Steilacoom, Wash., sister of the bride; Michelle Goodwin of Pendleton and Christy Goodwin of John Day, daughters-in-law of the groom. Also assisting at the reception were grandchildren of the groom: Blaine, Jordan and Kirsten Goodwin of Pendleton; Marc, Daniel, Chantal, David and Jonathan DesJardin of John Day; Hunter, Walker and Skylar Powell of John Day/Union; and Sarah, Danielle, James and Elizabeth Goodwin of John Day.

After a honeymoon to Honolulu and Maui, Hawaii, the couple is at home at John Day and Baker City.

Toni received degrees from Washington State University, Western Oregon University, the University of Oregon and is former superintendent of Baker, Umatilla and Mt. Angel school districts.

Ralph attended Oregon State University and Portland State University. He serves as president and chief executive officer of the Grant-Baker Federal Credit Union.

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