BioM: Flynn, Sue (1968)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Flynn, Bergemann, Beyer, Erpenbach, Sternitzky, Kren, Youmans, Schlegelmilch, Valdez, Mackinen, Gaier, Graf, Kilroy

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/01/1968

Flynn, Sue (Marriage - 27 July 1968)

Miss Sue Flynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Flynn of Neillsville, exchanged marriage vows with John Anthony Bergemann, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bergemann of Neillsville, Saturday, July 27. The 4 p.m. double ring ceremony took place in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, Minn., with Mr. Flynn giving his daughter in marriage. Officiating were the Rev. Mr. Graf and The Rev. Fr. Kilroy.

An A-line style bridal gown, accented with lace was selected by the bride, along with a bouffant-tiered veil flowing from a headpiece of petals and seed pearls. Her flowers were white and yellow gladioli.

Preceding the bride into the chapel was the matron-of-honor, Mrs. Gordon Beyer of Neillsville, who was attired in a turquoise crepe and lace A-line formal. She wore a headpiece of matching color. She carried yellow gladioli. Gordon Beyer of Neillsville was bestman.

Following the ceremony a wedding supper took place at the Sweden house in Minneapolis, Minn. Those attending included: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Flynn, Tim and Lynda, Mr. and Mrs. John Bergemann, Eileen and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Erpenbach, Mrs. Carl Sternitzky and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kren, all of Neillsville; Miss Gil Flynn of Eau Claire; Miss Rita Youmans of Milwaukee; Marian Schlegelmilch, Betty Valdez and Sheila Mackinen of Minneapolis; and Mrs. Tillie Gaier of Dakota, Minn.

On Sunday, a reception was held at the bride’s home at 200 E. Division St. in Neillsville.

Mr. and Mrs. Bergemann will reside in Quincy, Mass., while the groom is completing his last year of enlistment in the navy.



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