BioM: Wehe, Dorothy Jean (1973)
Surnames: Wehe, Nesbit, Coyle, Brogstad, Zonkie, Pilsner, Lato, Schweitzer
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 09 Aug 1973
Wehe, Dorothy Jean (28 JUL 1973)
Dorothy Jean Wehe, 444 W. Main, Madison, was united in marriage at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, July 28, 1973, to Brian Lynn Nesbit, 3737 Johns St., Madison, at the Ohlbrick Botanical Gardens, Madison, with Rev. Thomas Coyle and Rev. Glenn Brogstad performing the ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Wehe, R. 2, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), and the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nesbit, Madison, also walked with him.
Miss Maggie Zonkie was guitarist at the ceremony.
For her wedding the birde chose a simply styled satin gown with chiffon yoke with lace border and long train. Her gown was fashioned from her mother's wedding gown. He bouquet consisted of Fuji mums and lavender carnations.
Mrs. Steve Pilsner, Madison, was matron of honor, and Miss Renee Nesbit, Madison, Mrs. Gordon Nesbit, Madison, and Miss Linda Lato, Platteville, as bridesmaids, wore lavender gowns with white daisy embossed overlays. They wore white picture hats. They carried baskets of lavender carnations and daisies.
Steve Pilsner, Madison,w as best man, and groomsmen were Mr. Dennis Wehe, Loyal, Mr. Gordon Nesbit, Madison, and Mr. Robert Schweitzer, Madison.
Jerry Nesbit, Madison, performed ushering duties.
A reception and dinner were held at the East Side Businessmen's Association, Madison, and a reception was held on July 29 at the home of the bride's parents.
Mrs. Nesbit is a 1970 graduate of Loyal High School, and presently attends the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Her husband is a graduate of Lafollette High School, Madison, and presently attends the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
After a wedding trip to Mackinac Island and Upper Michigan, they will make their home at 444 W. Main Str., Madison.
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