BioM: Spindler, Jeri Sue (1975)


Surnames: Spindler, Kincaid, Weidman, Wohlmuth, Seubert, Mayer, Treutel, Greschner, Smith

---------Source: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Mar 1975

Spindler, Jeri Sue (22 MAR 1975)

Miss Jeri Sue Spindler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spindler, route 3, Stratford, was presented in marriage by her father to Richard William Kincaid, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weidman, route 3, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), in a 4:30 nuptial rite in St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Rozellville, March 22, 1975.

The Rev. Carl A. Wohlmuth performed the wedding rite. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Judith Spindler, organist, and Miss Connie Seubert, vocalist.

Wearing a gown of sheer over satin with full train and chapel veil, the bride carried peach colored roses with mixed spring flowers.

Miss Julene Spindler, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, served as maid of honor, and Miss Beverly Spindler and Mrs. Joseph
Mayer, both of Stratford, were bridesmaids. They donned floral print gowns and carried hand bouquets of mixed spring flowers. Tabitha Spindler, Stratford, was miniature bride.

Best man for the occasion was John Tretuel of Edgar. Completing the wedding party were Jeff Greschner of Owen and Joseph Mayer of Stratford, groomsmen, and Robert Smith, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, miniature groom. James Spindler and Jack Spindler, both of Stratford, seated guests.

A dinner was held at Neises Hall in Rozellville, followed by a dance and reception at Fahey's Ballroom there.

A 1973 graduate of Stratford High School, the new Mrs. Kincaid is employed in respiratory therapy at St. Joseph's Hospital. Her husband, a 1971 graduate of Owen-Withee High School, works as a carpenter for Stratford Builders.

They will make their home on route 3, Stratford.



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