Wedding: Zimmermann, Anastos marry in Stockton
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Nov 15, 2012 | 3129 views | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Sara Katharina Zimmermann and Ross Montgomery Anastos were married Sept. 21, 2012, at the Brookside Country Club in Stockton.

Michael Oliveira of Riverside, a friend of the couple, officiated the ceremony.

The couple met at University of California, Merced, where Sara graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and Ross earned a bachelor’s degree in political science with a focus on international relations.

The bride is the daughter of Frank and Merry Zimmermann of Tracy and the granddaughter of Ann Hays of Tracy and Irmengard and the late Gerhard Zimmermann of San Rafael. Her sister is Jennifer Zimmermann

of Tracy.

Sara graduated from Tracy High School in 2005 and works as an assistant to the campus architect in the Physical Planning, Design and Construction department at UC Merced.

The groom is the son of Chris Ellen Montgomery of San Francisco and John Anastos of Merced. He is the grandson of Jacqueline Montgomery of Brooklyn, N.Y., and the late Lynn Montgomery, Harry Anastos and Hazel Anastos.

Ross graduated from Leadership High School in San Francisco in 2005 and works as a land surveyor for the city and county of San Francisco.

Sara’s sister was her maid of honor, and her bridesmaids were Melisse Skelton of Santa Clara and Alena Skelton of Santa Cruz. Ross was attended by best man Andrew Keller of San Francisco and groomsmen Scott Wagner of Cupertino and Carlos Castro of Daly City.

A belated honeymoon to Disneyland is planned for December.
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