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Hoffmann, Lofaro wed

Lindsay Marshall Hoffmann, daughter of Peter and Nancy Hoffmann of Carbondale, and Richard Joseph Lofaro Jr., son of Richard and Verna Lofaro of Centennial, Colo., were married Aug. 6, 2005, in an outdoor ceremony at Buttermilk Mountain.

A reception and dinner followed at Bumps restaurant. Lindsay, a graduate of Basalt High School and Denison University, and Rick, a Colorado State University graduate, met while working at the Roaring Fork Conservancy.

The wedding party included the bride’s three sisters, Lauren, Samantha and Madeline, as well as her cousin, Sarah Taylor, of Richmond, Va., and her friend, Page Neubert, of New York. The ushers and groomsmen were friends of the groom from the Roaring Fork Valley, as well as from Montana, Boulder and Fort Collins. His cousin, John Lofaro from Edwards, and Lindsay’s cousin, Alex Taylor from New York, were also in attendance.

Wedding guests included family and friends from Denver and the East Coast, as well as from the Valley. It was a memorable event, made even more special by the appearance of a double rainbow. Lindsay and Rick spent their honeymoon on the Big Island of Hawaii and make their home in Basalt, working for the Buddy Program and the Roaring Fork Conservancy, respectively.