BioM: Berry, Ann Marie (1972)
Surnames: Berry, King, Seeman, Hug, LaDousa, Johnston, Hill, Krueger
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 08 Jun 1972
Berry, Ann Marie (3 JUN 1972)
St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Loyal was the setting for the wedding Saturday, June 3, 1972, at 2:00 p.m., of Ann Marie Berry, Kenosha, daughter of Mrs. Warner Berry, 112A West Arnold, Marshfield, and Kurt Roland Seeman, Kenosha, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Seeman, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.).
The very Rev. Norbert E. King performed the ceremony, for which St. Anthony's adult choir sang.
For her wedding the bride chose a floor length gown of imported rayon organza and Venetian lace, high neckline, bishop sleeves and detachable chapel train. Her Venetian edged veil fell from a Venetian lace Camelot headpiece. She carrie an informal bouquet of white Marguerite daisies and baby's breath.
Miss Krisan Hug, Loyal, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Sharon Seeman, Loyal, and Mrs. Barbara LaDousa, Kenosha, as bridesmaids, wore multi-colored green striped voile gowns with empire waist, high neckline, long sleeves and picture hats. They carried nosegays of white and yellow daisies and baby's breath, with yellow ribbon streamers.
Vaughn Seeman, Loyal, was best man, and William Berry, Marshfield, and Brian Johnston, Loyal, were groomsmen.
Jay Hill, Madison and Peter Krueger, Waukesha performed ushering duties.
A reception and dinner was held at the Star Lodge Motel, Loyal.
Mrs. Seeman graduated from Loyal High School and from Kenosha Technical Institute in 1970 and is employed at the Kenosha Courthouse.
Her husband graduated from Loyal High School and attended UW, Stevens Point, and will graduate in 1973 from UW, Parkside, Kenosha. He is majoring in business management.
After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, the couple will live at 614C 15th Place, Kenosha.
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