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Marks — Crispin

Marks — Crispin

Deborah Joann Marks and Robert Michael Crispin were married July 5, 2003, on the lawn at the Salmon River Lodge in Salmon, Idaho. A dinner reception followed.

Deborah, escorted by her mother, Marsha Nash, of Craig, Colo., wore a candlelight satin empire dress accented with seed pearls. She carried red and white gerber daisies, white lilies, baby’s breath and ferns.



Sandra Marks-Stubchaer, from Santa Barbara, Calif., was the matron-of-honor. Bridesmaids were Renae Lewis of Salmon, Idaho, Karen Hatton of Petaluma, Calif., and Shay Nofsinger of Portland, Ore.

Jerry Crispin of Missoula, Mont., was the best man. Groomsmen were Frank Garrett and Russell Chinske, both of Salmon, and Chuck Mason of Phoenix.



Deborah is a former resident of Steamboat Springs and a 1991 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School. She graduated from the University of Idaho with a bachelor of science degree in physical education. She teaches lifetime sports and health at Salmon High School. Deborah is the daughter of Martin and Marsha Nash of Craig and William and Isobel Marks of Wexford, Pa.

Robert, originally from Missoula, attended the University of Montana and owns a plumbing and heating business in Salmon. He is the son of Marylou Crispin, of Missoula, and Robert Crispin, also of Missoula.

The couple also work as river guides for the Salmon River Lodge. After the wedding, they took an extended whitewater rafting trip across of Idaho on the Salmon river.


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