BioM: Theirl, Pamela (1977)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Theirl, Harnisch, Cattanach, Slaats, Sacia, Cesafsky, Kaiser, Krueger

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/17/1977

Theirl, Pamela (29 January 1977)

A dinner reception at Holy Family parish hall in Stanley followed the wedding of Pamela Theirl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Theirl of Stanley, to State Senator Tom Harnisch of Neillsville. Harnisch is the son of Mrs. Margaret Harnisch of Galesville and the late LeRoy Harnisch.

Father Leonard Kaiser and the Reverend Gary Krueger performed the double-ring ceremony at Holy Family Catholic Church in Stanley on January 29 at 2 p.m.

Mrs. Terry Cattanach of Alexandria, Va., sister of the bride, was the matron of honor with David Harnisch of Madison, brother of the groom, as bestman. Attending the bride and groom as members of the wedding party were Gary and Jane Slaats of Neillsville, friends of the couple; Mrs. Barb Theirl of Inver Grove Heights, Mn., sister-in-law of the bride; and James Harnisch of Rock Falls, brother of the groom.

Five-year-old’s Katie Harnisch, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. James Harnisch and Peter Theirl, so of Mr. and Mrs. James Theirl, acted as flower girl and ring bearer.

Ushers at the wedding included James Theirl of Inver Grove Heights, Mn., brother of the bride and William Sacia of Eau Claire.

Organist Michael Cesafsky played the Mendelsohn Wedding March and soloist Len Cesafsky sang “Color My World,” “A Mighty Fortress,” “Our Father” and “Ava Maria.”

Mr. and Mrs. Harnisch will reside in Neillsville where Mrs. Harnisch is a kindergarten teacher in the Neillsville Public School system. She received both bachelor of science and a master of science degree at the UW-Eau Claire. Her husband received his bachelor of arts degree at the UW-Madison and was graduated from the University of Minnesota law school in 1972.



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