BioM: Boehnen, Mary Ann (1975)
Surnames: Boehnen, Lozich, Kotecki, Bartelt, Bergmann, Burghardt, Wucherpfennig
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 20 Feb 1975
Boehnen, Mary Ann (1 FEB 1975)
The Rev. Father Kotecki officiated at the 2 p.m. wedding mass of Miss Mary Ann Boehnen, 541 S. 69th Street, Milwaukee, and Glenn Allen Lozich, 4923 W. Tesch Ave., Milwaukee, on Saturday afternoon, February 1, 1975 at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church in Milwaukee.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boehnen, R. 2, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lozich, 4293 W. Tesch Ave., Milwaukee. Mrs. Ronald Boehnen provided the music for the mass and accompanied the soloist, Church Bartelt, on the organ.
Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of sheer silk mist with chapel length train with matching lace on the train, skirt and bodice. A veiled picture hat and a cascade bouquet of pink roses and stephanotis with ivy completed her ensemble.
The bridal aides, Miss Ellen Boehnen of Marshfield, maid of honor, and Mrs. Lawrence Boehnen, Hubertuse, and Miss Shirley Lozich, Milwaukee, bridesmaids, donned ruby velvet gowns with matching jackets and picture hats. They carried natual reed baskets of pink carnations, pink daisies, and pink roses.
The duties of best man were performed by Roger Bergmann, West Allis, with the assistance of Kenneth Boehnen, Spencer, and Derek Burghardt, Wauwatosa. Marvin Wucherpfennig and Merrill Burghardt seated guests.
After the ceremony, a reception dinner, and dance were held at U.W.M. Union Hall in Milwaukee.
The new Mrs. Lozich is a 1970 graduate of Loyal High School and is employed by Wang Laboratories, Inc., as a marketing representative. Her husband, a 1967 graduate of Boy's Technical School in Milwaukee, is an Air Force veteran. He is a student at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
The couple plans an early April honeymoon, and are making their home at 541 S. 69th, Apt. 4, in Milwaukee.
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