Terri Lea Lock and Patrick James Riley were united in marriage in a double-ring ceremony on June 15 at the Tierra Del Sol Country Club in Rio Communities.
The bride is the daughter of the late Vernon D. and Marjorie M. Lewis, who’d lived in Belen and, originally, Albuquerque. The groom is the son of Dorothy K. Riley of Los Lunas.
Larry Chambers officiated at the wedding. Music preceding the ceremony included “With Arms Open Wide” by Creed and “Forever” by the Beach Boys. The couple walked back down the aisle to the sound of “Amazed” by Lonestar.
The bride was given in marriage by her son, Gregory D. Lock of Belen. She wore a long white gown with a beaded bodice and sleeves trimmed with lace and set with a six-foot train. She carried a bouquet of a dozen white roses, lilac astromeria, baby carnations and baby’s breath.
The groom wore a white tuxedo with a boutonniere of lilac rose and astomeria.
The bride’s daughter, Stephanie M. Lock of Belen, was maid of honor, and the groom’s son, John J. Riley of Rio Rancho, was best man.
Bridesmaids were Liz Roybal of Albuquerque and Liz Villalobos of Los Lunas. Groomsmen were Michael Passeri of Rio Rancho and Eddie Ayon of Los Lunas.
The maid of honor wore a backless, dark lavender, floor-length gown with a train. The bridesmaids wore spaghetti-strapped lilac floor-length gowns. They all carried white roses, lilac carnations, astromeria and baby’s breath bouquets.
The men of the wedding party wore black tuxedos with tails.
Kayla Ayon was the flower girl and Eddie Ayon was the ring-bearer.
A reception was held at the Tierra Del Sol Country Club.
The bride is a 1979 graduate of Cibola High School in Albuquerque who attended cosmetology school in 1983.
The groom graduated from Lane Tech High School in Chicago and the Tool and Die Institute in Chicago and is employed by Trend Technologies in Albuquerque. He owns 4R Industries in Los Lunas.
The couple met through the bride’s father.
After a wedding trip including an Alaskan cruise and trips to Chicago and Newton, Iowa, the couple will make their home in Los Lunas.
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