BioM: Schindler, Carol Ann (1967)
Surnames: Schindler, Hillman, Wolf, Gerhardt, Cieslik, Holzhueter, Cumming, Buckley, Suneson, Mrdut, Nelson
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 09 Nov 1967
Schindler, Carol Ann (14 OCT 1967)
St. James Catholic Church, Eau Claire was the setting of the Saturday, October 14, 1967 wedding of Miss Carol Ann Schindler and Jerry Donald Hillman, both of Eau Claire, and the daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schindler, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hillman, Elk Mound.
The Very Rev. Charles P. Wolf officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony and Mr. Schindler gave his daughter in marriage. Mrs. Francis Nelson was the organist and the children's choir sang.
A floor length gown of Chantilly lace and peau satin with chapel train was worn by Miss Schindler, with a veil of sheer illusion secured to a cluster petal headpiece. She carried white rsoes and stephanotis.
Bridal aides were Mrs. Stuart Gerhardt, Portage, matron of honor, and Miss Patricia Cieslik, Eau Claire, Miss Kathy Schindler, Owen, and Miss Connie Hillman, Stevens Point, bridesmaids, were in floor length A-line dresses of gold peau faille, satin and velvet with matching headpieces and carried colonial bouquets of chrysanthemums.
Gordon Holzhueter of Menomonie served as best man to the groom, and Roger Cumming and Thomas Buckley, Menomonie, and Donald Suneson, Minneapolis, Minn., were groomsmen. Delmaine Schindler, Minneapolis and Ronald Mrdut, Boyceville, ushered.
Wedding guests were greeted by the couple at a buffet supper at Eau Claire's Holiday Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. Hillman are living in Eau Claire at 1720 Vine Street. Their wedding trip took them to northern Wisconsin and Mackinac Island. Both are employed in Eau Claire at National Presto, she in the IBM Department and he as a production clerk.
Mrs. Hillman graduated in 1965 from Owen-Withee High School and her husband in 1961 from Menomonie High School. He also attended Stout State University at Menomonie.
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