Janine Nicole Rozos of Tualatin and B. Trent Wheeler Jr. of Portland were married Oct. 21, 2006 at South Lake Church in West Linn, in a ceremony performed by the groom's uncle, the Rev. Kip Jacob.

Alissa Rozos of New York City was her sister's maid of honor. The groom's sister, Jennifer Wheeler of Portland; and the bride's friend, Amy Holland of Tualatin, served as bridesmaids.

The groom selected his friend, Chris Morrow of Tualatin, to serve as best man. Groomsmen were the groom's cousin, Jeff Jacob of Tualatin, and his friend Kevin Johnson of Bellingham, Wash.

The bride wore a strapless white satin gown with a side-draped bodice and an asymmetrical skirt. Her veil was trimmed with pearls and crystals. She carried pink and orange roses, leonodis, calla lilies and pink snowberries.

Following the wedding a reception was held at the Willamette Valley Country Club in Canby.

The bride is the daughter of Jim and Amy Rozos of Tualatin. She graduated in 2000 from Tualatin High School. She attended George Fox University in Newberg and graduated in 2004 from California Baptist College with a degree in intercultural studies. She is a singer.

The groom is the son of Brad and Pam Wheeler of Pendleton. He graduated in 1997 from Pendleton High School. He earned a bachelor's degree in 2001 from Willamette University in Salem; and a master's degree in the teaching of English in 2003 from Columbia University. He's a teacher and photographer in Tualatin.

After a wedding trip to the Oregon coast and Kauai, Hawaii, the couple now resides in Wilsonville.

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