BioM: Susa, Gail Diane (1971)
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Surnames: Susa, Noah, Quenelle, Mertens, Pakiz, Horvat, Koltis, Lang
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 26 Aug 1971
Susa, Gail Diane (21 AUG 1971)
Miss Gail Diane Susa, formerly of Willard (Clark Co., Wis.), now of Milwaukee, daughter of Mrs. Joan Noah and Mr. Cletus Susa, both of Willard, and Michael Vaughn Quenelle, Oak Creek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland A. Quenelle, Council Bluffs, Iowa, were joined in marriage Saturday, August 21, 1971 at 3:00 p.m. at the Holy Family Catholic Church, Willard, with the Rev. Michael Mertens officiating.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Patrice Pakiz was at the organ.
The bride's dress was ivory A-lined style, full length with long sheer sleeves, scalloped neckline, covered in organza and lace with a full lace trimmed train. Her veil was shoulder length with a hand beaded crows headdress. Her bouquet consisted of daisies, baby's breath and various other flowers.
Miss Patricia Horvat, Milwaukee, was the matron of honor, with Miss Sheila Susa, Willard, as the junior bridesmaid.
They wore floral dresses of voile in apricot, green and yellow, trimmed with an empire band in apricot, long sheer puffy sleeves with wife cuffs. Their headpieces were wide brimmed straw hats in apricot and they carried baskets of bronze daisies.
Mr. Scot Koltis, Fargo, N.D., was best man. Randy Susa and James Lang, Omaha, Nebraska, were the ushers.
AFter the ceremony a reception and dinner were held at the Wildcat Inn, Neillsville.
The bride graduated in 1968 from Greenwood High School and attended WSU, Whitewater. She is presently employed at the Wisconsin Telephone Co., Milwaukee. The groom graduated in 1961 from St. Edwards High Schol, Austin, Texas, and attended Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. He is a drug salesman for Whitehall Laboratories.
After a wedding trip to Mackinac Island, Michigan, and Canada, the new couple will reside at 8018 S. Wildwood Dr., Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
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