Robinson, Pascua exchange vows in Kalaheo

Janice Marie Robinson and Rodney John Pascua were united in marriage during a small, private ceremony on Feb. 10.

The wedding was held in the Japanese Garden at Kukuiolono Park in Kalaheo with John “Creature” Sadler officiating. A reception followed at the Kukuiolono Pavilion.

The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Patricia Robinson of Eugene, Ore. The groom is the son of Jaime and Esmenia Pascua of ‘Ele‘ele.

The bride’s sister, Suzan Gebow, served as matron of honor. Edwin Pascua, brother of the groom, served as the groom’s best man. The flower girl was Jona Mae Robinson, sister-in-law of the bride. The ring bearers were John Robinson, brother of the bride, and John Sunny Robinson, nephew of the bride. Tiana Pascua, daughter of the groom, was the reception hostess. Stan Gore provided the wedding music. Photography was by Jilda Loomis, Heart to Heart Kauai. Videography was by Randy Roe.

Janice is a graduate of Kapa‘a High School. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy at the University of Washington in Seattle, Wash. She is a public health educator for the state Department of Health. Rodney is a graduate of Waimea High School. He studied architecture at Washington State University in Pullman, Wash., and is the sole proprietor and senior designer of Design Associates Kauai. The couple resides in Kalaheo.

The couple chose their wedding date to coincide with visiting relatives of the bride: The bride’s parents, Jerry and Patricia Robinson, celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary and the bride’s sister and her husband, Suzan and Gene Gebow, celebrating their 10-year wedding anniversary.

Two, long-time friends of the couple made a surprise visit to Kaua‘i for the event: Alice Walter, of Tacoma, Wash.; and Doug Hewitt of Wilsonville, Ore.


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