Seattle residents Rochelle Moore and Shae Kuronen were married Sept. 22, 2013, at EM Art Gallery, Seattle, with Karen Schmidt officiating. The bride’s brother, Albert Moore Jr., escorted her down the aisle.
Honor attendants were Dawn Stolworthy and David Edward Brack III. Flower girls, Molli and Brynn Williams, nieces of the groom, pulled their infant sister, Alison, in Shae’s wooden childhood wagon built for him by his grandfather, George Kuronen. Alison was supported in the wagon by cousin Eilis Williams. Cousin Thomas Williams served as ring bearer.
The bride’s mother created a selection of desserts for the wedding luncheon. Flowers were by the groom’s mother and Marilyn Milton, long time family friend.
Rochelle is the daughter of Sandra Moore of Orem, Utah and Albert B. Moore Sr., of Cayl, Belize. She graduated from Orem High School, received her undergraduate degree from the University of Utah and a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Antioch University. Rochelle is Director of Clinical Support Services at Bridgeways, a community mental health agency serving Snohomish County.
Shae is the son of Ken and Garnet Kuronen of Elma. He graduated from Elma High School and received his undergraduate degree from the Foster School of Business at University of Washington. Shae is the Senior Web Developer at 206inc, a creative agency in Seattle.