BioM: Roehl, Marlene Ellen (1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Roehl, Broeske, Pullmann, Nixdorf, Frome, Loehrke
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/27/1974
Roehl, Marlene Ellen (Marriage - 15 June1974)
The former Miss Marlene Ellen Roehl carried a silk bouquet of red roses and white carnations as she became the bride of Duane Raymond Broeske Saturday, June 15, at Christ Lutheran Church, Abbotsford. The Rev. kenneth Loehrke officiated for the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Roehl, Rt. 1 Chili, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Broeske, Rt. 1 Dorchester.
For her wedding, the bride chose a white empire style gown of sheer organza with bishop sleeves and a detachable chapel train trimmed with sequin rosepoint lace. Her long veil was outlined in matching scalloped lace.
Bridal attendants were Miss Bernette Roehl, Marshfield, as maid of honor, and Miss Carol Broeske, Rt. 1 Dorchester, as bridesmaid. Baskets of yellow and white daisies and carnations accented their mint green empire style gowns of dotted Swiss trimmed with white lace.
Serving as best man was David Broeske, Rt. 1 Dorchester, Lavern Roehl, Rt. 1 Chili, was the groomsman. Guests were seated by David Pullmann, McLean, Va., and Donald Broeske, Rt. 1 Dorchester.
Bobby Broeske, Rt. 1 Dorchester, was the ringbearer and Miss Angela Pullmann, McLean, Va., the flower girl. Soloist Miss Vicki Nixdorf was accompanied on the organ by Mrs. William Frome.
Following a dinner in the church parlors and a reception in the Abbotsford City Hall, a dance was held at The Sword in Colby.
The new Mrs. Broeske, a 1971 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, is a mathematics teacher in the Colby Public School system. Her husband graduated from Abbotsford High School in 1968 and is engaged in farming. They are living on Rt. 1 Abbotsford.
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