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Fletcher and Tina Johnson


Fletcher Johnson and Tina Cooke were married July 20, 2013, at Christ Church Episcopal Parish in Lake Oswego. The Rev. Scott H. Helferty, a longtime friend of the groom’s family, and the Rev. Kenneth Dorsch officiated at the double ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Jim and Gail Cooke of Tualatin. She graduated from Tualatin High School in 2004 and from Western Oregon University in 2008. She is a kindergarten teacher.

The groom is the son of Steve and Juli Johnson of Gresham. He graduated from Gresham High School in 2004 and the University of Oregon School of Journalism in 2008. He is a radio host of 750 AM The Game.

The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father, Jim Cooke. She wore a charmeuse gown with beaded sweetheart neckline and cutout back with a chapel train. The bride’s mother arranged the flowers using white hydrangeas, roses, green mums and mini calla lilies. The bride used the Bible used in her mother’s, grandmother’s and great-grandmother’s weddings. She wore a Tiffany bracelet given her by the groom’s mother.

Maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Danielle Cooke of Tualatin. Bridal attendants included Shanley Brezen, Megan Danilson and Taylor Johnson, the groom’s sister, who also served as the soloist during the service.

Bailey Williamson, Brandy Williamson and Lexi Williamson were flower girls, and Daniel Sanna was ring bearer. The bride’s special attendant was Maddie Sanna and Sarah Simmons, Kate Spiegel and Rashel Sanna served as readers.

Jeff Spiegel, a fraternity brother of the groom from Lake Oswego, served as best man. Groomsmen included Joe Bailey, Matt Tracy and Dan Payne.

Honored guests included the groom’s grandparents, Keith and Margaret Walker of Gresham and Marjorie Johnson of Walnut Creek, Calif., and the bride’s uncle and aunt, Chuck and Dana Cooke of Maryland, and the Williamson family.

A reception was held at Tualatin Country Club. The couple honeymooned on Kona, and Kauai, Hawaii. They make their home in Lake Oswego.