BioM: Gregory, Sandra A.(1976)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Gregory, Mack, Roth, Keller, Abrahamson, Langfeldt, Kornack, Levy, Leabel, Osowski
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/03/1976
Gregory, Sandra A. (Marriage – 29 May 1976)
Seniors at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, Sandra A Gregory and Shawn D. Mack, were married Saturday, May 29, at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Loyal. Officiating at the 2 p.m. ceremony was Fr. Pius Leabel of Sierra Madre, Ca., great-uncle and godfather of the groom. The Nuptial Mass was concelebrated with Father Chester Osowski of St. Anthony’s.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gregory, Granton, and Mr. and Mrs. Sherrin L. Mack, Loyal.
For her wedding day, the bride chose a lace and pearl-trimmed gown of white organza over taffeta detailed with peach-colored satin ribbon and styled with cuffed bishop sleeves and a high waistline. She carried a cascade of white and peach roses with baby’s breath and stephanotis.
Bridal attendants were Ms. Ann Roth, Madison, maid of honor, and Ms. Sue Ann Gregory, Granton, and Mrs. Richard (Carol) Keller, West Allis, bridesmaids. Their gown of peach-colored floral voile over taffeta were fashioned with capelet sleeves and waistline cummerbunds. The gowns and matching parasols were made by the bride. Completing their ensembles were wrist corsages of peach roses and stephanotis.
Serving as bestman was Ted Mack, San Diego, Ca. Kevin Mack, Loyal and John Abrahamson, Minneapolis, Mn., were the groomsmen. Ushering duties were shared by Jeff Langfeldt and Patrick Mack, both of Loyal.
Flower girls were Miss Gina Kornack, Racine, and Miss Any Levy, Clarksville, Tn.
Special musical selections were “For All We Know,” “Wedding Song,” “Ave Maria,” “Color My World,” “First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” and “Sunrise, Sunset.”
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the loyal American Legion Hall.
The bride, a 1974 graduate of Loyal High School, is presently a senior at the UW-Superior majoring in accounting and data processing. She was employed as a dormitory resident assistant last year. Her husband graduated from Loyal High School in 1973 and is a senior at the UW-Superior, majoring in geography and minoring in aerospace studies. He is employed as a desk receptionist at a hotel in Superior.
Both are Air Force ROTC cadets and will be commissioned as second lieutenants upon graduation in May of 1977. The groom will receive his private pilot’s license this summer under the Air Force ROTC program.
The newlyweds, who will take a wedding trip after graduation next summer, will live at 1904 Belknap St., Superior.
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