BioM: Wynimko, Nancy (1970)


Surnames: Wynimko, Ehrlichmann, Preiner, Janicki, Kolo, Carian, Gagliano, Brodbeck, Beres

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 05 Nov 1970

Wynimko, Nancy (3 OCT 1970)

On October 3, 1970, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Wynimko escorted their daughter, Nancy M., to the altar of St. John’s Cathedral, Milwaukee, where she became the bride of Mr. Ronald G. Ehrlichmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ehrlichmann, West Allis, Wisconsin. Monsignor Francis Beres officiated at the 2 o’clock nuptial mass.

Nancy wore a Victorian style wedding dress. Her floor length dress had a floral arrangement at the hemline, which carried through the bodice and the sleeves of the dress. She wore a floor length veil made by Mrs. Aimee Kolo, aunt of the groom. Nancy carried a dozen long stem Sunburst roses.

Matron of honor was Mrs. Dolores Preiner, friend of the bride. The bridesmaids were Miss Ann Ehrlichmann, sister of the groom, and Miss Cheryl Janicki, cousin of the bride. The girls wore floor length dresses of beige crepe, which was accented b a brown lace bolero vest. The headpieces were matching crepe bows, also made by Mrs. Kolo. Each girl carried one long stem Sunburst roses.

The best man was Mr. George Carian, friend of the groom. The groomsmen were Joe Wynimko, brother of the bride, and Jerry Gagliano, friend of the groom. The ushers were Bill Janicki, cousin of the bride, and Ed Kolo, cousin of the groom. At the wedding ceremony, the two sisters of the couple, Mrs. Diane Brodbeck and Miss Laura Ehrlichmann, carried the offerings to the altar.

Ron Janicki, cousin of the bride, accompanied the organist on a trumpet at the end of the ceremony.

A small reception for the couple was held at Tanner Pauli American Legion Hall. After returning from their honeymoon trip to some of the western states, the new Mr. and Mrs. Ehrlichmann are making their home at 1240 South 45yh Street, West Milwaukee, Wisconsin.



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