BioM: Craig, Deborah (1983)

Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson


Surnames: Craig, Krultz, Craig-Hyland, Weltzein, Gordon

---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (19 February 1983)

Craig, Deborah Elaine (Marriage 12 February 1983)

The Rev. Norbert H. Miller officiated at the nuptial ceremony February 12 when Miss Deborah Elaine Craig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Craig of Route 1, Willard, and David James Krultz, Route 3, Greenwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Selvian Krultz of Route 2, Greenwood, were married.

The bride was given in marriage by her father during the ceremony at Grace United Methodist Church, Greenwood. Jon Hanson was soloist; Rochelle Schultz, the organist.

The bride had an Italian peau satin point d'esprit gown with chapel train, and a floor-length veil of illusion and lace secure to a bridal headpiece. She carried an arrangement of burgundy, pink and cream roses with baby's breath and stephanotis.

Mrs. Carolyn Craig-Hyland of Marquette, Michigan, was matron of honor and Miss Bonnie Krultz, Eau Claire, the maid of honor. They had burgundy polyester knit formals and nosegays of pink roses and baby's breath.

Gary Krultz, Greenwood, was best man; Randy Weltzein of Burlington, the groomsman; and Craig Gordon of Marshfield and Ralph Krultz, Greenwood, ushered.

The reception, dinner and dance were at the Greenwood American Legion Hall. After a honeymoon trip through central and Northeastern Wisconsin, the Krutzs will live on Route 3, Greenwood.

They graduated from Greenwood High School, the bride in 1975 and her husband in 1969. She also graduated in 1979 from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, where she majored in agriculture education with a minor in dairy science. Both are self-employed in farming.



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