BioM: Polzin, Donna M. (1981)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Polzin, Wagner, Millerman,
Faul, Berg, Pisors, Bezlyk, Sprague
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) Scrapbook from Luella Mohr 1981-1982
Polzin, Donna M. (Marriage - 19 December
The Rev. D. E. Sprague officiated at the
December 19 wedding services for Donna Polzin and Frederick Wagner,
Jr., both of Neillsville. The afternoon ceremonies were held
in the Neillsville Assembly of God Church.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Polzin and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wagner, Sr., all of rural
Barbara Millerman, a sister of the bride
from Barron, was matron of honor. She was joined by Linda
Polzin of Neillsville and Bonnie Polzin of Minneapolis, both
sisters of the bride. Fred Faul, a friend of the groom of
Granton, was bestman. He was joined by Jim Berg, a friend,
and David Wagner, the groom’s brother; both are from
Neillsville. Ushering were Richard Wagner and Calvin Polzin,
Neillsville, brothers of the couple.
Gregory Polzin and Becci Wagner, niece
and nephew of the couple from Neillsville, were ringbearer and
Special music at the service included a
flute solo, "Whether Thou Goest," by Rick Sprague; and vocal solos,
"I Could Never Promise You" and "God Bless this Marriage," by Holly
Pisors. Leora Bezlyk was organist.
The bride chose a gown of silk organza
and Venician lace, featuring a Queen Anne’s neckline, long
sleeves and ruffle-flounced hemline that swept into a chapel-length
train. Her matron of honor wore burgundy and the bridesmaids
wore turquoise. The groom and his attendants were attired in
Following the service, a reception was
held at the Wildcat Inn.
The couple is making their home at Rt. 2, Neillsville. She is a graduate of Neillsville High School and from St. Joseph’s School of Nursing in Marshfield and is employed as an R. N. at Neillsville Memorial Hospital. Her husband is a farmer.
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