Jake and Kari Stewart

2010-01-10T00:00:00Z Jake and Kari StewartBy The Montana Standard Staff - 01/09/2010 Montana Standard

Kari A. Klima and Jake D. Stewart were married July 18, 2009, in Lolo. The ceremony and reception took place at The Lumberjack.

The couple was married by the bride's brother-in-law, Eric Puhl of Las Vegas.

Kari is the daughter of Tom Klima of Anaconda and Bruce and Diane Kocher of Butte. Jake is the son of Doug and Janet Stewart of Missoula.

Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Amy Puhl of Las Vegas. Bridesmaids were Jill Pederson of Denver, Colo., Natalie Anderson of Missoula, Erin (Manning) Forstrom of Las Vegas, the groom's sister, Katie Greenhalgh of Eagle River, Alaska, Anecia Batt of Missoula, Danielle Rogers of Phoenix, Ariz., and Chella Markovich of Missoula.

Best man was Matt Brenna of Missoula, and groomsmen were brothers, Josh Stewart and Joe Stewart, John Batt of Missoula, Kasey Marks of Missoula, Casey Miller of Ogden, Utah, Jason Germany of Seattle, and Wayne Mostad of Missoula.

The couple's daughter, Kasidee was the flower girl, and their son, Kolsen, was their ringbearer.

Kari graduated from Butte High School in 1995 and moved to Missoula in 1999. She attended the University of Montana. Kari works at St. Patrick's Hospital-Grant Creek Family Practice. Jake graduated from Missoula Sentinel High School in 1993 and attended the University of Montana. Jake is the owner of JS Masonry in Missoula.

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