Jeff Boerhoff and Terri Aday of Clovis are married by Deputy Commissioner of Marriages Russ Chappell during a Valentine’s Day service at the Fresno County Clerk’s office in downtown Fresno on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015.
Jeff Boerhoff and Terri Aday of Clovis are married by Deputy Commissioner of Marriages Russ Chappell during a Valentine’s Day service at the Fresno County Clerk’s office in downtown Fresno on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. Fresno Bee file
Jeff Boerhoff and Terri Aday of Clovis are married by Deputy Commissioner of Marriages Russ Chappell during a Valentine’s Day service at the Fresno County Clerk’s office in downtown Fresno on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. Fresno Bee file

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