BioM: Tomany, Dannell Violet (1971)
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Surnames: Tomany, Creech, Keller, Bushke, Tischauer, Fischer, Gelhar, Kaitt, Raether
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 26 Aug 1971
Tomany, Dannell Violet (7 AUG 1971)
United in marriage on August 7, 1971 at 3:00 p.m. at St. Mary's Parish, Leopolis, Wisconsin, were Dannell Violet Tomany, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tomany, Antigo, and George Creech, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Creech of Caroline, Wisconsin.
Father Richard Keller officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given away in marriage by her mother and father. "Ave Maria", "Joy is Like the Rain," and "Because" were sung by Norbert Bushke, Herbert Tischauer, and Eugene Fischer respectively.
The bride wore an "A" line sheer organza accentuated by a Chantilly lace sleeveless "V" necked bodice and sculputed chapel length Chantilly lace train. A bouffant illusion veil adorned with a two tier crystal crown adorned her head. She carried a cascade of delicate green orchids, pink garnet roses, star flowers and ivy.
Mrs. Wallace Gelhar, Wausau, was the matron of honor, with Mrs. James Kaitt, Marion and Mrs. Jerry Keller, Milwaukee, as bridesmaids.
They wore pale yellow floor length crème dresses accentuated with colonial brocade flowers at the waist. They carried pale yellow and green cascades of orchids tied with moss green ribbon.
Erry Keller, Milwaukee, was the best man, with Gary Raether, Caroline and James Kaitt, Marion as the groomsmen. Gerald Tomany, Carl Creech and Wallace Gelhar were the ushers.
The bride attended Oshkosh State University and is employed at Loyal Public Schools. The groom received research and technical training in Bloomington, Illinois and works for the F.S. Corporation as a field representative for the firm.
After their wedding trip to Ontario, Canada, the couple now resides at 144 N. Main Street, Loyal.
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