Lisa Ellen Yamner and Adam Kendall Green were married May 29 at Copia, The Center for Wine, Food and the Arts in Napa. Rabbi Judy Shanks and Cantor Chanin Becker of Temple Isaiah of Lafayette officiated.
The bride graduated cum laude with a bachelor of art’s degree in history and Spanish from Middlebury College in Vermont. She is a marketing associate for National Journal Group, Inc. in Washington, D.C. She is the daughter of Gail and Morris Yamner of Clifton, N.J. She is the sister of Amy Yamner of Boston and Laura Yamner of New York. Grandparents are Bessie and Julius Garber of Batesburg, S.C.
The groom graduated cum laude with a bachelor of art’s degree in economics from Middlebury College. He was a senior director at Score Educational Center in San Francisco. He will complete his MBA in spring 2005 at the Robert Emmet McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. He is the son of Donna and Dr. James Green of Orinda. He is the brother of Shana Green of Orinda.
Maid of honor was Amy Yamner. Bridesmaids were Shana Green, Ellen Rodman, Mercy Horst, Melinda Mettler, Brooke Travis, Julie Hand, Laura Yamner and Lindsay Goldman. Best man was Jeff Snow. Groomsmen were Marc Yasuda, Ben Lazzareschi, Greg Cosso, Jon Mone, Chad Weiner and Mike Loewengart.
The couple is living in Georgetown.
Stephanie Renee Lloyd and Dr. Elliott Ronald Brill were married Sept. 5 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. Rabbi Meyer Heller officiated.
The bride graduated from Stanford University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She is an attorney for O’Melveny and Myers. She is the daughter of Marcia and Dr. Jeffrey Lloyd of Los Angeles. She is the sister of Kimberly Lloyd Todaro of Seattle and Zachary Lloyd of New Haven, Conn. Grandparents are Allegra Brooks of Los Angeles and the late Phillip Brooks and Harriet Lloyd of S.F. and the late L.K. Lloyd.
The groom graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, Boston University and Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He is doing his surgical residency at New York University Medical Center. His is the son of Ruth and Victor Brill of Santa Clara. Grandparents are Dorothy Brill of Oakland and the late Frank Brill and Frances Gage of San Francisco and the late Henry Gage.
Matron of honor was Kimberly Lloyd Todaro. Best men were Adam Jones, Gregory Martinez and Chester Yeung. Bridesmaids were Megan Caughray, Dr. Nicole Cooper, Emily Goldberg, Whitney Minson and Ama Ofosu-Barko. Groomsmen were Dr. Daniel Brenner, Zachary Lloyd and Anthony Todaro.
Ushers were Alexis Brooks, Alea Gage, Joel Gage, Tiffany Gage, Matthew Orfuss, Daniel Ross and Michael Wolff. Flower girl was Taylor Lai escorted by Shanna Gage Lai. Witness and signers of the ketubah were Dr. Jonathan Sorger and Eric Winokur. Witness and signers for the state of California were Carolyn Brenner and Patrick Robson.
After a honeymoon in Maui, the newlyweds are living in Manhattan.
Vikki Weiss and Eric Goldman were married Oct. 10 at Congregation Emanu-El in San Francisco. Rabbi Sydney Mintz officiated.
The bride has a master’s degree in integrated marketing communications from Northwestern University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is the author of “What to Do When You’re Dating a Jew.” She is the daughter of Suzanne Weiss of Oakland and Benjamin Weiss of Chicago. She is the sister of Eric Weiss of Austin, Ellyn Weiss of Chicago and Lisa Weiss of Chappaqua, N.Y. Grandparents are the late Gertrude Presser, the late William Harris and the late Esther and Isadore Weiss.
The groom has a master’s of science in public health degree from Tulane University and a bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College. He is a toxicology consultant specializing in environmental risk management. He is the son of Gail (and Henry Sandweiss) and the late Barry Goldman. He is the brother of Andrea Wolf of Huntington Woods, Mich., Michael Sandweiss of Birmingham, Mich., and Stephen Sandweiss of Seattle. Grandparents are Eleanor Schwartz of West Bloomfield, Mich., and the late William Schwartz and the late Frances and Alfred Goldman.
Ushers were David Goldman, Adam Fells, Aaron Alterman and Sean Mahan.
After a honeymoon in Fiji, the couple are living in Mill Valley.
Shirin Djavaheri and Aaron Samuel Forkash were married Sept. 5 at Crowne Plaza Hotel Union Square in San Francisco. Rabbi Ted Alexander officiated.
The bride works under the auspices of Wachovia Corp. She is the daughter of Rosie and David Djavaheri of San Francisco. She is the sister of Lilian, Debbie and Benjamin Djavaheri of San Francisco. Grandparents are Agdas Mayeri of S.F. and the late Benjamin Mayeri and Neima and Samuel Djavaheri of San Francisco.
The groom works at his family’s scrap metal business in Oakland. He is the son of Selma and Paul Forkash of Danville. He is the brother of Bob and Molly Larabee of Dublin and Jessica Forkash of Oakland. Grandparents are the late Leah and Abraham Hoffman and Edith and Jack Forkash of San Jose.
After a honeymoon in Mexico, the newlyweds are living in San Francisco.
Sarah Ann Cahn and Michael Jay Handelsman were married March 21 at the Merchant’s Exchange Building in San Francisco. Rabbi Shelley M. Waldenberg officiated.
The bride received a bachelor of art’s degree in English from Harvard and a medical degree from UCSF. She is the daughter of Frances and Robert Cahn of Walnut Creek. She is the sister of Deborah Cahn-Weiner and Daniel Weiner of Orinda. Grandmothers are Pearl Miller of Rossmoor and Beatrice Cahn of Menlo Park.
The groom received a bachelor of art’s degree in public policy from Duke and a master’s degree of business and administration from Harvard. He is the son of Carol and Barry Handelsman of Lakeworth, Fla. Grandmother is Rose Bauman of Margate, Fla.
The newlyweds are living in Piedmont.