BioM: Horn, Patricia A. (1981)
Contact: Duane Horn
Surnames: Horn, Nachreiner, Baker, Richmond, Fravert, Miller, Johnson
----Source: TRG- October 21, 1981
Immanuel United Church of Christ, Greenwood, was the setting of the October 10, 1981, wedding of Patricia A. Horn and Rodney R. Nachreiner. The Reverend Alwyn York, pastor, performed the 2 p.m. ceremony, for which vocalists were Miss Luann Horn and Mr. Chris Baker, Organist was Miss Susan Richmond and pianist was Miss Denise Horn.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Horn, Route 3, Greenwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Nachreiner, Route 2, LaValle, Wis.
Escorted to the altar by her parents, the bride was seen in a Queen Anne styled bridal gown of organza and chantilly lace, with a Queen Anne neckline, bishop sleeves, and skirt with crystal pleated and chantilly lace beruffled back sweeping to a cathedral train. Her satin beaded veil with lace appliques fell from a lace Camelot headpiece. She carried a bouquet of roses and stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Miss Crystal Horn, Chippewa Falls. Bridesmaids were Miss Marilyn Fravert and Miss Luann Horn, both of Greenwood. The maid of honor wore a long burgundy dress with spaghetti straps and a sheer jacket to match. The bridesmaids wore frosted rose colored dresses of the same style. The flower girl, Angela Horn, also wore burgundy. They carried roses to match.
Dean Miller, Wonewoc, served as best man. Groomsmen were Lynn Sonnenberg, River Falls and Curt Miller, Wonewoc. Seating guest were Steve Johnson of Hudson and Doug Tremain.
A reception and dance at the Greenwood American Legion Hall followed the ceremony.
The bride is a 1979 graduate of Greenwood High School and a 1961 graduate of Western Wisconsin Technical Institute in La Crosse. Her husband is a 1980 graduate of Wonewoc High School and also graduated in 1981 from WWTI. He is employed at Niro Automizers, Hudson. The couple will make their home in Hudson, Wis.
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