Engagement: Oliveira, Cleary to marry in April
by TP staff
Mar 15, 2013 | 4161 views | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Stephanie Laryn Oliveira and Robert Jacob Cleary of Tracy are engaged to marry April 12, 2013, at the Palm Event Center in Pleasanton.

The bride, daughter of Joe and Noemia Oliveira of Tracy, is employed by Concannon Vineyard as its wine club and events coordinator. She graduated from West High School in 2006 and earned an associate degree from San Joaquin Delta College and a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from University of Phoenix.

Stephanie is the granddaughter of Manuel and Isalda Oliveira of Tracy and Joe and Rosalina Luis of Patterson. Her brothers, Joe Oliveira and Bradley Oliveira, both live in Tracy.

The groom, son of James Cleary and Karen Cleary of Livermore, is a deputy with the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Department. He attended West High School, graduating in 2005, and the San Joaquin Delta College Peace Officer Academy. He also earned an associate degree in criminal justice from Las Positas College.

Robert is the grandson of Robert and Pauline Cleary of Livermore and the brother of Cody Cleary and Jimmy Cleary of Tracy and Amanda Llarena of Brentwood.

Stephanie’s maid of honor is Michelle Oliveira of Tracy. Her bridesmaids are Kimi Heacock, Kayla Ruiz, Sarah Greenhaw, Sofia Posten, Meg Padovani, Hannah Dale and Lauren Mast.

Robert’s best man is Michael Warner of Tracy, and his groomsmen are Joe Oliveira, Bradley Oliveira, John Nast, Andrew Nunes, Luis Silva, Joe Ornelas and Kevin Curtis.

Larry Wilkerson will officiate the April 12 ceremony, and the couple plans to honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico, before returning home to Tracy.
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