Barrington Wedding

Denis Carlos and Susan Barrington-Carlos

The patio of the Seasons McHenry Event Center was the setting for the 5 p.m. wedding of Susan Barrington and Denis Carlos on Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018.

The bride and groom lovingly exchanged their vows surrounded by their immediate family and close friends.

The bride was escorted down the aisle by her grandsons, Eric Herrera-Souza and Andrew Filippini. The aisle was decorated with petals placed by the bride’s grandsons, Alex and Steven Downum. The groom’s granddaughter, Estela Calderon, served as flower girl and the bride’s grandson, Adam Filippini, was ring bearer. Bridesmaids were the bride’s daughters, Julie Filippini, Holly Souza and Kari Downum. Groomsmen were Nicio Calderon, grandson of the groom, Matt Carlos, the groom’s son, and John Barcelos, the groom’s brother.

Charlene Barcelos and Julie Filippini were readers for the ceremony, which was officiated by Jerry Powell, the groom’s brother-in-law.

The celebration continued with dinner and dancing in The Supper Club of the event center. The Supper Club was beautifully decorated by Linda Barrington Gonsalves, the bride’s sister. Musical entertainment was provided by Mark Wortman Entertainment.  

Susan retired from the Newman-Crows Landing Unified School District in 2010. Denis is a salesman at Pan Pacific RV in French Camp.

Denis is the son of Terry Carlos and the late Nicio Carlos of Modesto. Susan is the daughter of the late Hurd and Marge Barrington of Newman.

The couple will enjoy a honeymoon to Catalina Island and Mexico in 2019. They make their home in Escalon.

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