BioM: Trogner, Julie Ann (1981)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Trogner, Warren, Ross, Short,
Christensen, Sydorowicz, Mortensen, O’Connell, Pagenkopf,
Langreck, Smith, Kuhn, Turczyn, Reinart, Hilliard,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) Scrapbook from Luella Mohr
Trogner, Julie Ann (Marriage - 19
St. Mary’s Catholic Church in
Neillsville was the Saturday afternoon, September 19, site for the
sharing of vows between Julie Ann Trogner and William Donald
Warren, Jr. The Rev. Joseph Henseler officiated.
Parents of the couple are John and
Darlene Trogner of Oregon and William and June Warren, 215 Clay St.
Special music at the service was offered
by Connie and Bob Ross and Coletta Short.
Karla Christensen of Stoughton was maid
of honor. She was joined by Donna Sydorowicz, Stacy Warren, Nanette
Warren and Lisa Mortensen, all of Neillsville, and Lisa Trogner of
Oregon and Sue O’Connell of Stoughton.
Bestman was Thomas Pagenkopf of
Neillsville. Joining him were Scott Trogner of Oregon, Steve
Langreck of Chili, Kent Smith of Milwaukee and Shawn Warren, Rick
Kuhn and Jim Turczyn, all of Neillsville. Ushers were Wayne
Reinart and Kevin Hilliard.
The bride chose a gown featuring a long
train, Watteau back and a cowboy styled hat with veil. She
carried a cascading bouquet. Her attendants wore pleated,
long dresses in either burgundy or mauve, each adorned with tiny
flowered print. Each carried a small bouquet and wore flowers
in their hair.
The Neillsville Country Club served as
the site for the reception and dance. The couple then left on a
wedding trip to Chicago.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Warren will make their home in Schofield. The bride attended Stoughton schools and is employed as a sales clerk. The groom is a 1977 graduate of Neillsville High School and in 1981 from District I Technical Institute-Eau Claire. He is a salesman with CCT Enterprises.
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