Ahrens, Johnson wed


Erika Ahrens and Bradley Johnson wed Nov. 11, 2011 at Northern Light United Church. A reception followed at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center.

The bride is the daughter of Erin and David Ahrens of Juneau. She graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School.

The groom is the son of Kaye and Martin Peters and Situck “Tucker” Johnson of Juneau.

Jamie Parker was the maid of honor. Erin Eastman, Natalie Kane, Ashley Ahrens and Marie Ahrens were bridesmaids. The bride’s nieces, Faith Kellar and Victoria Larson were flower girls. Adam Weed was the best man. Eddie Dunivin, Larry Dunivin, Jeremiah Beedle and Dan Hurlbut were groomsmen.

The couple will make their home in Juneau.


Lampe, White wed

Amber Rose Lampe and Duain Allen White wed Dec. 31, 2011 in Hoonah, with a reception at the Alaska Native Brotherhood Memorial Hall.

The bride is the daughter of Sarah Lampe and the late Robert Lampe of Hoonah. She graduated from Hoonah High School.

The groom is the son of Assunta Rudolph of Anchorage and Gerard White Sr. of Hoonah. He graduated from Hoonah High School and is a United States Army infantryman.

Brooke Lampe, the bride’s sister, was the maid of honor. Jessie Dybdahl, Candy Keown and Amber Starbard were bridesmaids. Kaci Jewell was the flower girl. Gerard White Jr., the grooms brother, was the best man. Nicholas White, also the groom’s brother, and Matthew Gonzalez were groomsmen. Tanner Howland was the ring bearer. The wedding was officiated by Magistrate Maureen DesRosiers.

The couple currently live in Fort Irwin, Calif.


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