Michael Beyer and Laura Belknap Beyer

2012-12-09T00:15:00Z Michael Beyer and Laura Belknap Beyer Montana Standard
December 09, 2012 12:15 am

Mrs. Judy Belknap is delighted to announce the marriage of her daughter, Laura Ann Belknap, to Michael Gregory Beyer. Laura is the daughter of Judy and the late Dr. Alan Belknap of Butte. Michael is the son of Marty and Linda Beyer of Campbell, Calif.

The couple was married at 4 o’clock in the afternoon on Oct. 6 2012, in a beautiful outdoor ceremony at a winery in Livermore, Calif. Laura and Michael celebrated their nuptials with a honeymoon to Costa Rica and will continue to reside in Santa Clara, Calif.

Laura is a graduate of Gonzaga University and a certified public accountant. She is a senior manager at Ernst & Young in their advisory practice. Michael graduated from San Jose State University and is an inside enterprise account manager at EMC.

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