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McGee weds Heller

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From page A6 | January 10, 2013 |

Sara mcGee and Zach Heller were wed on Oct. 13, 2012, in San Francisco. Andrew Weeks Photography/Courtesy photo

Sara McGee and Zach Heller were married on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012, at the Presidio Golf Course and Clubhouse in San Francisco.

The wedding took place outside on a sunny day overlooking San Francisco and was attended by 100 guests. The wedding party, family and some out-of-town guests stayed at the Inn at the Presidio. The rehearsal dinner was at Little Star Pizza.

The bride is the daughter of Ron and Diane McGee of Davis. She received her master of science in nursing from UC San Francisco, her B.S. in nursing from John Hopkins University and her B.A. in Human Biology from Stanford University. She works as a pediatric cardiology nurse practitioner at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford.

The groom is the son of Marlene and the late Manny Heller. He graduated with a B.A. in urban studies from San Francisco State University. He works as a captain at the Ritz Carlton in San Francisco.

The bride graduated from Davis High School in 2000 where she was a member of the DHS volleyball and basketball teams. She played four years of volleyball and one year of basketball at Stanford University.

The maid of honor was Heather McGee of New Haven, Conn., the bride’s sister, formerly of Davis. Bridesmaids were Carolyn Plant of Portland, Maine, the bride’s friend from Davis High School; Amy Falk Smith of Woodland, the bride’s friend and volleyball teammate from DHS; Claire Parker of San Francisco, the bride’s friend from nursing school at Johns Hopkins and UCSF, and Meg Behan of Charlotte, N.C., the bride’s friend from working together as pediatric nurses at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Best men were Rob Hutson and Mike Brown, both of San Francisco and groom’s friends from childhood. Groomsmen were Noah Newman, Jeremy Bagnani and Ben Kawaichi, all of San Francisco, and also all groom’s friends from high school. Hannah Barton, daughter of Suzanne and Jeremy Barton of Wethersfield, Conn., the bride’s friends, served as the flower girl. Finley Borchardt, son of Susan and Curtis Borchardt of Sammamish, Wash., the bride’s friends from Stanford University, served as the ring bearer.

The honeymoon will take place at Vancouver and Okanagan Valley wine country in British Columbia, Canada.

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