BioM: Mueller, Sharleen Marie
Surnames: Mueller, Przekurat, Loehrke, Boss, Noble, Weideman
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 26 Aug 1971
Mueller, Sharleen Marie (7 AUG 1971)
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Przekurat, the former Sharleen Marie Mueller, are residing in Milwaukee following their August 7, 1971 wedding in Christ Lutheran Church, Abbotsford.
Pastor Kenneth L. Loehrke performed the 2 p.m. ceremony uniting the children of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mueller of Abbotsford and Mrs. Marion Przekurat and the late Bernard Przekurat of Randolph, Wisconsin.
Ronald Boss was the organist.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor length gown of white voile over satin with empire waist, long sheer sleeves, ruffled collard and ruffled front inset. The three tier illusion veil was secured to a lace trimmed bow. She carried a circular bouquet of pin rosebuds, white daisies and baby’s breath.
The matron of honor, Mrs. Patricia Noble of Milwaukee, and the bridesmaid, Mrs. Sandra Przekurat of Beaver Dam, wore floor length gowns of pink gingham with white ruffles at the neckline and bodice front, empire waist and white sheer sleeves. Their headpieces were pink veils secured to gingham bows and and they carried baskets of white daisies and pink baby’s breath.
David Noble of Milwaukee was the best man and John Przekurat of Beaver Dam the groomsman. Ushers were Donald Weideman and Raymond Przekurat.
The bride graduated from Abbotsford High School in 1969 and attended Metropolitan College of Business and Technology in Milwaukee. She is employed by OB-Gyn Associates of Wauwatosa.
The groom graduated from Randolph High School in 1964. He served two years in the U.S. Army, including duty in Vietnam. He also graduated from Metropolitan College of Business and Technology, and is employed by Res. Manufacturing in Milwaukee.
The couple planned a wedding trip through the southern states.
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