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Jim and Heather Walker

Jim and Heather Walker
Jim and Heather Walker

"The warm Aptos sun blended with a cool Pacific ocean breeze to bless the marriage of Jim Rex Walker and Heather Renee Jordan. Vows of love and commitment were exchanged in a Christian Scottish Wedding ceremony on Seacliff Beach, California on May 8, 2004. Heather wore a stunning white gown enhanced with intricate lace and beadwork. The groom wore full Scottish formal wear including a wool kilt hand-woven in Scotland in the rare Walker tartan.

Pastor David Gschwend brought tears of joy and happiness to the eyes of those in attendance with his heartfelt, enthralling Christian ceremony. The couple celebrated God’s blessings by sharing the water of life from a Scottish pewter Quaich, hand carried by the couple from Scotland for this occasion.

Heather was escorted by her sons dressed in full Irish formal kilts. Brian escorted Heather down the aisle and Blake bore the rings. Attending the bride was her mother Peggy Buroker, Nicole Landry, and Flor Castillo. Standing for the groom were Art Carranza Sr., Fabian Castillo Jr., and James Soper.

Heather was born in Greentown Indiana, Jim was born in Menlo Park, California. Heather is the daughter of Art Jordan and Peggy Buroker of Greentown Indiana. Jim is the son of Robert Alexander Pennicuick Walker of South Dakota and Audrey Rose Daniels of Baraboo Wisconson.

Entertainment was provided by members of the Ballett De Foclorico. They were led by master dancer Art Carranza, his daughters Maricarmen and Maricruz Carranza, and Mariah Gonzales.

Jim proposed to Heather at the Ahawhanee Hotel in the heart of Yosemite valley. They honeymooned in Kona Town on the big island of Hawaii."


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