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Michael Christopher McDermott and Kathryn Frederick were married on Aug. 24, 2013, in Santa Barbara. Melissa Musgrove/Courtesy photo

Michael Christopher McDermott and Kathryn Frederick, both of Denver, Colo., were married on Aug. 24, 2013, in Santa Barbara.

The groom is the son of Christopher and Janet McDermott, both of Davis. He is a 2002 graduate of Davis High School and received a business degree from  Sacramento State University. He currently works as a regional sales manager for a medical engineering company.

The bride is the daughter of Theodore and Barbara Frederick, both of Phoenix, Ariz. She studied at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C. and received a degree in information systems. She is now a business consultant.

There were 110 guests at their wedding, including six members of the bride’s family from Norway and five nieces and nephews. The wedding took place on top of a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It was officiated by Rev. Julia Hamilton.

The best man was Daniel Osier, a childhood friend of the groom. The groomsmen included Brandon Beccio and the groom’s brothers-in-law, Anthony Gocella and Trent Tyson.

The maid of honor was the bride’s sister Eve Frederick. The bridesmaids were the sisters of the groom, Molly McDermott Gocella and Katelin McDermott Tyson, and the matrons of honor were Maria Velissaris, Katie Duckworth and Jennifer McBride-Castro.

The reception was held at Hope Ranch, and music was provided by the Vanity Fair Band from Los Angeles. The celebration was followed by a honeymoon trip to French Polynesia.

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