BioM: Moore, Linda S.(1981)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Moore, Swenson, Zimmerman,
Jansen, Weber, Huber, Wilcox, Gerge, Erpenbach, Kaufman,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) Scrapbook from Luella Mohr
Moore, Linda S. (Marriage - 5 September
The Rev. Richard Whitcomb officiated at
the Saturday afternoon, September 5, wedding of Linda S. Moore and
David C. Swenson. The service was held at the Risen Savior
Fellowship in West Allis.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Lionel Moore of New Berlin and Mr. and Mrs. Cal Swenson, Rt. 3,
Brad Zimmerman of Neillsville offered
"The Lord’s Prayer," "The Wedding Song" and "Time in a
Bottle" as special music for the service.
The bride’s sister from West Allis,
Mary Jansen, was matron of honor. Joining her were Sharon
Weber, a sister from Shorewood; Kathy Moore, another sister from
New Berlin; Kay Swenson, the groom’s sister from Neillsville;
and Vickie Huber, a friend from West Allis. Flower girl was
Stephene Jansen, the bride’s cousin from West
On the groom’s side, Dennis Wilcox,
a friend from Chippewa Falls, was bestman. He was joined by
Neil Swenson, the groom’s brother of Neillsville; Chuck
Gerge, a Menomonie friend; James Erpenbach, a Neillsville friend;
and Tom Moore, the bride’s brother of New Berlin.
Bradley Swenson, a cousin of the groom from Westfield, was
ringbearer. Ushering were Bradley Kaufman a cousin from West
Allis, and John Moore, a brother of the bride of New
The bride chose a long gown in ivory in
an off the shoulder style. She carried a cascade of orchids,
roses and carnations. Her attendants wore short sleeved,
chiffon gowns in royal blue. They carried colonial bouquets
of (missing lines as mom cut it off when clipping from the
The new Mr. and Mrs. Swenson will make their home in Menomonie. The bride studied business for two years at UW-Stout. The groom, a graduate of Neillsville High School, completed four years of industrial technology study at UW-Stout.
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