BioM: O'Brien, Mary Ann (1970)


Surnames: O'Brien, Huber, Bruesewitz, Jellish, Otto, Prehn, Ruhbusch, Singstock

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 23 Jul 1970

O'Brien, Mary Ann (18 JUL 1970)

Mary Ann O'Brien, Marshfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. O'Brien, 1108 Arlington, Marshfield, became the bride of Richard Harold Huber, Spencer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Huber, Spencer, on Saturday, July 18, 1970, at 6:30 p.m.

Officiating at the ceremony, which took place at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Spencer, was Rev. William Ruhbusch. The bride was given in marriage by her father.

Soloist for the wedding was the bride's brother, Robert O'Brien Jr., who sang "How Great Thou Art" and "The Lord's Prayer." Oganist was Mrs. Arnold Bruesewitz.

The Church was decorated with white wedding bouquets and candelabra.

The bride's attire consisted of an ivory organza over taffeta gown with re-embroidered Alencon lace on boice and cuffs of bishop sleeves, and a cathedral train. Her elbow length illusion veil was held in place her Camelot headpiece of re-embroidered Alencon lace. She carried a bouquet of white roses, silberton, Abbey roses and multi-colored flowers.

Attending the bride was her sister, Mrs. Gary Jellish of Ashland, Wis. Bridesmaid was Miss Cheryl Otto of Milwaukee. Their apparel consisted of mint green floor length dresses with bishop sleees, white eyelet lace at bodice and cuffs matching the bouquets of multi-colored flowers.

Best man for the ceremony was Mr. Dennis Huber of Elkhart, Indiana, brother of the groom.

Groomsman was Mr. David Singstock of Madison, and the ushers were Robert O'Brien Jr. and Allen Prehn.

A reception and dinner were held after the ceremony at the Village Plaza in Spencer.

The bride is attending school at the University of Wisconsin. Her husband attended school also at the University of Wisconsin and is now employed as a systems analyst for the State Department of Administration.

The couple will reside at 1010 Mayfair, Madison, Wisconsin.



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