BioM: Schoelzel, Brooke (2011)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Bakke, Bjerke-Ulliman, Brost, Brueggen, Drolshagen, Giese, Krause, Lehr, Oelis, Rinehart, San Juan Peralta, Schoelzel, Simmons, Stowe, Tyznik
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wisconsin) Wednesday, October 26, 2011, page 16
Brook Schoelzel and Ray Krause of Owen were united in marriage on June 11, 2011, at St. Paul’s Church in Curtiss. Pastor Kris Bjerke-Ulliman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Sheila and Dennis Bakke, Owen; and Don and Vicki Schoelzel, Colby. Her husband is the son of Lynna Giese, Colby.
The bride wore an ivory, strapless beaded dress with sheer overlay and carried blue and white daisies accented with blue satin ribbon and pearls.
Flower girl was Sierra Bakke, sister of the bride.
Miniature bride was Serena Bakke, sister of the bride and miniature groom was Trey Schoelzel, son of the bride.
Matron of honor was Heather Drolshagen, cousin of the groom. Maid of honor was Melissa Brost, friend of the couple.
Bridesmaids were Britny Schoelzel, sister of the bride; Ashley Brueggen, friend of the couple; Monica Rinehart, sister of the groom; and Misty San Juan Peralta, sister of the groom.
Best men were Rick Oelis, friend of the couple and Jim Stowe, friend of the couple.
Groomsmen were Jamey Simmons, cousin of the groom; James Krause, brother of the groom; Schott Lehr, friend of the couple; Isai San Juan Peralta, brother-in-law of the groom.
Ushers were Leighton Drolshagen and Steve Tyznik.
Music during he ceremony was provide by Soundstorm.
Photography was done by JDesigns of Wausau.
A reception was held at el Norteno in Curtiss, with 130 guests attending.
The bride is a 2003 graduate of Colby High School. She works as a CAN for IRIS-State of Wisconsin.
The groom is a 2006 graduate of Abbotsford High School. He works for Kerry Ingredients.
The couple resides in Owen.
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