BioM: Trybula, Beverly Carol #2 (1966)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Trybula, Dann, Pekol, Gregorich, Nesbitt, Tropp, Scharenbrock, Nikolai
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/4/1966
Trybula, Beverly Carol (Marriage – 23 July 1966)
On Saturday, July 23, Miss Beverly Carol Trybula of 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 Nikolai 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 of Willard, and Mrs. Shirley Dann of Cayuga, N. Y. Mr. Trybula gave his daughter in marriage.
Miss Judy Pekol was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sharon Trybula and Miss Alexandra Trybula of Greenwood, cousins of the bride, and Mrs. Laverne Gregorich of Willard, a sister.
Raymond Nesbitt of Morevia, N. Y. was bestman. Groomsmen were Ronald Trybula of Withee, a cousin of the bride; Dwight Dann of Cayuga, N. Y., brother of the groom; and Laverne Gregorich of Willard. Ushers were Larry Tropp of Oak Lawn, Ill., and Michael Trybula of Chicago, cousins of the bride.
Miniature bride was Leianna Gregorich, and the ring bearer was Laverne Gregorich, Jr., niece and nephew of the bride.
The bride is a 1964 graduate of Greenwood High School and is employed by the FBI in Washington D. C. The groom graduated from Morevia Central High School, Morevia, N. Y., in 1965. He is currently serving with the Navy and is stationed in Washington D. C.
A prenuptial shower was held Thursday evening preceding the wedding. Hostess was Mrs. John Scharenbrock. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Laverne Gregorich, Miss Judy Pekol, Miss Sharon Trybula, and Miss Alexandra Trybula. Twenty-two friends and relatives were in attendance. The same evening a stag party for the groom was held at the home of the bride’s parents.
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