Amy Elizabeth McElliott and Brandon Barnhart Montoure of Hoquiam were married Aug. 3 at Immanuel Baptist Church in Hoquiam.
The bride, daughter of Bob and Betsy McElliott of Hoquiam, graduated from Wishkah Valley School in 2002 and from St. Martin’s University with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics in 2007. While teaching at Aberdeen High School she earned her master’s degree in mathematics education. She will begin teaching math at Grays Harbor College this fall.
The groom, son of Jose Ochoa and Joni Montoure of Aberdeen, graduated from Hoquiam High School in 2005 and then from Washington State University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting in 2008. He currently works for the Grays Harbor County Assessor’s Office in Montesano as a property appraiser.
James Woodward, friend of the bride and groom, officiated the ceremony.
The maid of honor was Mindy McElliott and bridesmaids included Drew Gwinn, Christine Gaidrich, Chris Woodward and Katelyn Gwinn. Claire Woodward was the flower girl.
The best man was Paul Bitar and groomsmen were David Grun, Allan Geddes, Tyler Fairchild and Suk Cho. Isaiah Woodward and Craig McFadden were the ring bearers.