Obit: Trybula, Beverly C. (1966)
Surnames: Dann, Trybula, Pekol, Gregorich, Nesbitt, Tropp
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 08/04/1966
Trybula, Beverly C. (23 JUL 1966)
On Saturday, July 23, 1966 Miss Beverly Carol Trybula, Washington, D.C., became the bride of David Douglas Dann, T-L NAF, Washington, D.C., in a double ring ceremony performed by Rev. William Nokola of Holy Family Parish, Willard. The Nuptial High Mass was sung by the Junior Choir, with Mrs. Stanley Pekol, Jr., as organist. Parents of the bridal couple are: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trybula, Willard, and Mrs. Shirley Dann, Cayuga, N.Y. Mr. Trybula gave his daughter in marriage.
Yellow gladiolas and white mums graced the altars.
The bride wore an elegant gown of nylon organza and Chantilly lace ruffles edged the nylon organza skirt that swept into a cathedral train. Scalloped Chantilly lace formed a Sabrina neckline sprinkled with sequins and the long sleeves were also Chantilly lace. The bride chose a three tier crown of sequins, pearls and lace with fingertip veil of silk illusion.
Miss Judy pekol was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were: Miss Sharon Trybula and Miss Alexandra Trybula, Greenwood, cousins of the bride, and Mrs. Laverne Gregorich, Willard, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids wore floor length dresses of white sheer organza over maize, fashioned with dome skirts. Venice lace adorned the elbow length sleeves and waistline. They were highlighted by a back panel. Pearl edged petals of organza styled the headpieces holding their sheer veils. The maid of honor wore an identically styled gown of mint green. They carried matching crescent arrangements of miniature carnations accented with liqustrum foliage. The bride’s bouquet was a white glamellia surrounded by pink and white roses in a cascade arrangement accented with green foliage.
Raymond Nesbitt, Moravia, New York, was the best man. Groomsmen were: Ronald Trybula, Withee, cousin of the bride; Dwight Dann, Cayuga, N.Y., brother of the groom, and Laverne Gregorich, Willard. Ushers were Larry Tropp, Oak Lawn, Ill. And Michael Trybula, Chicago, cousins of the bride. The wedding dinner, supper, reception and dance were held in the Catholic Hall, Willard. Dave Hoppa’s orchestra furnished the music for the vening.
Miniature bride was Leianna Gregorich, niece of the bride, and the ring bearer was Laverne Gregorich, Jr., nephew of the bride.
The groomsmen wore green and yellow carnations. The groom and ring bearers wore a white rose boutonniere. The father of the bride and ushers wore white carnations. ….(the rest of my copy was cut off)
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