Wedding Bells

Donna Sanford of Encino, Calif., has announced the upcoming marriage of her daughter Joclyn Harlene Sanford to Corey McManimen on Aug. 27, 2011 at the Hyatt Mission Bay’s Bayside Lawn. Joclyn is the director of business development at Coastwise Capital Group LLC. Corey is an account manager at Kforce Inc. in San Diego.

Originally from Los Angeles, Joclyn moved to San Diego in 2004 to attend UCSD where she received a degree in communications. Joclyn and Corey met in 2004 when they were both employed at National Cinema Network. Joclyn sits on a committee for New Children’s Museum, and she helped organize the Coastwise Mile at the La Jolla Park. Corey is a referee for Pop Warner kids’ football.

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