BioM: Zepaltas, Donna M. (1975)


Surnames: Zepaltas, Hatleli, Pocus, Houston, Von Hayden, Roach, Anderson, Felton, Huskelhus, Jackelen, Deering

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 10 Sep 1975

Zepaltas, Donna M. (6 SEP 1975)

Miss Donna M. Zepaltas, Eau Claire, daughter of Mrs. Rose Marie Zepaltas, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), and Myrland E. Hatleli, Eau Claire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myrland L. Hatleli, Altoona, were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Saturday, September 6, `975, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Greenwood.

The mass was concelebrated by Fr. Dominick A. Pocus and Fr. Robert Houston.

The bride was given in marriage by her brother, John Zepaltas.

Roger Von Hayden was organist, and Nancy Roach the singer.

The bride was seen in a white floor length gown with attached train. Her nosegay bouquet consisted of yellow daisies, red-orange roses, and baby's breath.

Miss Christine Anderson, Loyal, was maid of honor, with Miss Diane Zepaltas, Eau Claire, Mrs. Larry Felton, Eau Claire, and Miss Deborah Zepaltas, Eau Claire, as bridesmaids. They wore floor length gowns in fall print colors. Their nosegay bouquets consisted of orange daisies and baby's breath.

Best man was Gary Huskelhus, Eau Claire, and groomsmen were Mark Roach, Eau Claire, Larry Felton, Eau Claire, and David Deering, Kaukauna.

Michael Jackelen and Tom Zepaltas were ushers.

A reception, dinner and dance were held at the Knights of Columbus Hall.

The bride is a 1971 graduate of Greenwood High School and the U.W., Marshfield and Eau Claire, and is employed at Sacred Heart Hospital.

The groom is a graduate of Altoona High School and Air Force Technical School, and is employed in Milwaukee.

After a wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells, they will make their home in Eau Claire.

BioM: Zepaltas, Donna M. #2 (1975)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Zepaltas, Hatleli, Anderson, Felton, Huskelhus, Roach, Deering, Jackelen, Fellenz, Von Hayden, Pocus

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/18/1975

Zepaltas, Donna M. (6 September 1975)

An Eau Claire couple, Miss Donna M. Zepaltas and Myriand E. Hatleli, were married September 6 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greenwood. Concelebrants at the 2 p.m. nuptials were the Rev. Dominick Pocus of Newark, N.J., and the Rev. Robert Houston, pastor of St. Mary’s.

The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Rose Marie Zepaltas, Greenwood. She was presented in marriage by her brother, John Zepaltas. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Myrland L. Hatleli, Altoona.

A nosegay of Yellow daisies, red-orange roses and baby’s breath tied with an orange ribbon brightened the bride’s entrained white knit gown, fashioned with long sleeves with satin buttons and framed by a fingertip, lace-trimmed veil.

Honor attendant Christine Anderson, Loyal, and bridesmaids Diane Zepaltas, Mrs. Larry Felton and Deborah Zepaltas, all of Eau Claire, appeared in V-neckline, fall-tone print gowns styled with elbow length sleeves. They carried nosegays of orange daisies and baby’s breath.

Gary Huskelhus, Eau Claire, served as bestman. Groomsmen were Mark Roach and Larry Felton, Eau Claire, and David Deering, Kaukauna. They wore white tuxedo jackets with contrasting yellow shirts and black pants. The groom was attired in an all-white tuxedo.

Guests were seated by Michael Jackelen, Eau Claire, and Tom Zepaltas, Greenwood.

Timothy Fellenz, Cincinnati, Oh., was the ringbearer and Stephanie Felton, Eau Claire, the flowergirl.

The soloist was Nancy Roach, accompanied by Roger Von Hayden.

A reception was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall south of Greenwood.

The new Mrs. Hatleli graduated from Greenwood High School in 1971 and also attended the UW-Marshfield-Wood County and the UW-Eau Claire. She is employed at Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire. Her husband, a graduate of Altoona High School and of the Air Force Technical School, is employed by an Eau Claire firm.

They planned a wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells.



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