Eric Grant and Ilene Earl have chosen to be married June 28 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
Ilene is the daughter of John and Linda Turner of Castle Dale and Kim and Sharon Earl of Huntington. Eric is the son of J.J. and Cynthia Grant of Orangeville.
A reception/barbecue will be presented in the newlyweds June 29 from 6 to a p.m. at the Grant residence, located at 265 North 400 West in Orangeville. In case of inclement weather, the reception will be at the Orangeville LDS Ward, 100 South Main Street.
The couple will reside in Price, where they will attend College of Eastern Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Prince announce the marriage of their daughter, Suzanne Prince, to Joseph Carlson, the son of Mr. and Mr. Jerry Carlson.
Suzy and Joey will be married June 29 in the Manti LDS Temple.
Friends and family will honor the newlyweds at a reception that evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Price Holiday Inn.
The couple will make their home in City Cedar, where they will continue their educations at Southern Utah University.
Randy and Roslyn Gunderson of Price announce the marriage of their son, Garrett B. Gunderson, to Carrie Ann Van Ness, the daughter of Randall and Margaret Van Ness of Draper.
Garrett and Carrie were married June 1 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Salt Lake.
The newlyweds were received at a reception at the Marriott, followed by dinner and dancing.
The couple will make their home in Salt Lake, where Garrett is employed in estate engineering and Carrie is pursuing a career in elementary education. Garrett and Carrie are graduates of Southern Utah University.
Danny and Stacie Decker of Castle Dale announce the marriage of their daughter, Dusty Decker, to Martin Wiser, the son of Dixie Clark of North Logan and the late Clayne Wiser.
They were married June 15 in the Logan LDS Temple. The newlyweds were honored at a family dinner at Zanavoo Restaurant in Logan Canyon.
Dusty is a 2002 Utah State University graduate with a bachelor of arts degree in American studies. She studied abroad in Austria for the last semester. Martin will finish a bachelor of fine arts degree with an emphasis in photography in August. He served in the Australia-Brisbane and Texas-Houston missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The couple plan to teach English in China for a year starting in the fall and attend graduate school when they return to the United States.