by: Submitted Photo - Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Webb

   Angela Puckett and Nathan Webb of Madras were united in marriage May 6, in a ceremony at the Metolius Train Depot, officiated by Pastor Lee McCloud.
   The bride is the daughter of Timothy Puckett of The Dalles, and Robin Boehm of Bothell, Wash. Her grandparents are Les and Lela Nice of Madras and Jim and Patty Puckett of Maupin.
   The groom is the son of Jim and Darcy Webb of Madras. His grandparents are Doyle and Sandra Whipple of Madras and Laverne and Nancy Webb, formerly of Madras, now of Oklahoma.
   For the evening ceremony the train depot was decorated with white twinkle lights, white roses, purple tulips, and candles in colors of purple and navy, with silver accents.
   The bride wore a ball-gown style strapless wedding gown and carried a bridal bouquet of purple and blue hydrangeas.
   The maid of honor was Anna Kissler, sister of the bride, who wore a long purple, spaghetti-strap dress and carried a bouquet of blue and purple hydrangeas.
   Bridesmaids were Tosha Puckett, sister-in-law of the bride, and Amber Webb, sister of the groom. They wore dresses and carried flowers matching the maid of honor's.
   The best man was David Walker, friend of the groom; and groomsmen were Joel Webb, brother of the groom, and Ryan Zistel, friend of the groom. The ushers were Curtis Fox and Brandon Solis.
   The ring bearer was Micah Webb, brother of the groom, and the flower girls were Tessa and Kiana Webb, sisters of the groom. Music was provided by Shane McCoy, and Janet Walker was the candle lighter.
   A reception was held at the Metolius Train Depot following the ceremony. The wedding cake was cut and served by Curtis Fox and Cami Norling. Clara Boehm, stepsister of the bride, had charge of the guest book and gift table.
   The couple left for a week's honeymoon at Waikoloa Resort in Hawaii, and have returned to make their home in Madras.
   The bride is a 2001 graduate of Madras High School. She currently is employed at Discount Carpet in Madras.
   The groom was home schooled, then obtained a G.E.D. He recently became a licensed contractor and has started NJW Construction in Madras.
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