Johnson, Olivares to wed

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  Bobbie Johnson and Jesse Olivares of San Manuel announce their engagement.

  The bride elect is the daughter of the late Brian Johnson, stepfather Frank Martinez  and Pam Chavez and the granddaughter of the late Velda Bill Sarrett, Rex Johnson and Marty Richardson.  She is employed by BAYADA Home Health Cares.

  Her fiancé is the son of Richard and Mona Lopez, grandson of Teresa Onesimo Sanchez, Lindy Lopez and the late Richard Lopez. He is employed by Mountain View Golf Course.

  The couple is planning to wed in Oracle and extend an invitation, “We are very excited and can’t wait for our family and friends to join us in our special day.”

Jesse Olivares and Bobbie Johnson

Jesse Olivares and Bobbie Johnson

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