Northwest NEWS

June 21, 1999

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Weddings & Engagements

Wedding: Intaramanu - Silpakit

Intaramanu-Silpakit

Prapat and Nopporn Silpakit.

   Nopporn Intaramanu and Prapat Silpakit, both of Bothell, were married May 15 at the Sorrento Hotel in Seattle.

   The bride is the daughter of Ream and Chankum Intaramanu of Lampang, Thailand. She is a graduate of City University and is employed by the Chander Corporation in Woodinville.

   The groom is the son of Thawal and Chalawchit Silpakit of Chiangmai, Thailand. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University and is employed with the Monroe School District.

   The couple honeymooned on the Mediterranean coast.

Wedding: Burlingame - Turcott

Intaramanu-Silpakit

Brad and Angie Burlingame.

   Angie Burlingame and Brad Turcott were married April 16 at the Swan's Trail Chapel in Snohomish. The couple honeymooned in Hawaii.

   The bride is the daughter of Jim and Judi Burlingame of Woodinville. She graduated from Woodinville High School in 1990 and from the University of Washington. She is a technical writer at Hewlett-Packard.

   The groom is the son of Alex Turcott and Sharon Turcott of Detroit, Michigan. He is a 1989 graduate of Warren High School in Michigan and a Michigan State University graduate. He is employed as a human resources representative at Hewlett-Packard.

   The couple is living in Redmond, where they purchased a home.

Engagement: Allen - Moy

   Kristina Marie Allen and Aaron Curtis Moy have announced their engagement and plans for a wedding at Echo Falls Country Club July 31.

   Kristina is the daughter of Mel and Carol Schmidt of Woodinville and Bill and Peggy Allen of Bellevue. She graduated from Woodinville High School in 1991 and received her bachelor of arts degree in speech communication and anthropology from the University of Washington in 1997. She is currently employed by Albertson's in Woodinville.

   Aaron is the son of John and Marilyn Moy of Seattle. He graduated from West Seattle High School in 1990 and received his bachelor of arts degree in human services from Western Washington State University June 12, 1999. He plans to begin graduate studeies in the fall.