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February 23, 2011 |

Andrew Stuart Bohn and Lisa Michelle Reilly were married on Dec. 17, 2010. Amari Kenoly/Courtesy photo

Andrew Stuart Bohn and Lisa Michelle Reilly, both of Vallejo, were married on Dec. 17, 2010, at Old City Hall at Bistro 33 in Davis.

The groom is the son of Robert and Margaret Bohn of Vanuatu and Jo Hatcher and Thom Roberts of Davis.

He is a 2001 graduate of Davis High School. He graduated from the California Maritime Academy with a bachelor’s degree in transportation in 2005. He was commissioned as a first lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps and he is serving as an infantry officer in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The bride is the daughter of the late John Zavala and Kelly Reilly and Scott Abel of Davis.

She is a 2002 graduate of Davis High School. She graduated from the California Maritime Academy with a bachelor’s degree in marine engineering in 2007. She is employed as an engineer at a power plant near San Francisco.

The wedding was officiated by Capt. Clint Acoutin.

The best man was Rob Bohn of San Clemente, the groom’s younger brother, who wore his Marine Corps dress uniform.

The matron of honor was Julia Bohn of San Clemente, the groom’s sister-in-law, who wore a sequined black dress.

The ring bearer was Christopher Abel of Davis, the bride’s younger brother.

The Marine Corps Sword Arch was led by Matt Ingold of Quantico, Va., who was the groom’s roommate at his last duty station.

There was a dinner reception following the wedding, catered by Bistro 33 with a delicious red velvet cake prepared by the Solano Baking Company and topped with a custom Marine Corps cake topper.

Guests were entertained by Jukebox Music of Sacramento. The couple’s first dance was to the Righteous Brothers’ “Unchained Melody.”

The couple will honeymoon in New Zealand and Vanuatu in September for the Rugby World Cup.

The newlyweds will be moving to Okinawa, Japan, later this year for the groom’s new assignment as a reconnaissance officer.

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