BioM: Volovsek, Donna
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Volovsek, Lindner, Meyers, Pakiz, Gearan, Matysik, Johnson, Heagle
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/21/1977
Volovsek, Donna Ann (16 April 1977)
Holy Family Catholic Church, Willard, was the setting for the April 16 exchange of marriage vows between Donna Ann Volovsek and Gregory Carl Lindner. The Rev. John Heagle officiated at the 1:30 p.m. ceremony joining the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Volovsek, Rt. 1 Willard and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Lindner, Rt. 1 Greenwood. A dinner at the parish center followed the ceremony. Later, a reception and a dance were held at the Loyal American Legion Hall.
A bouquet of yellow roses, white carnations, baby’s breath and ivy accented the bride’s floor length gown of silk organza and pearled Venise lace styled with a high neckline, long, full sleeves, and a skirt sweeping into a chapel train. Her fingertip veil was edged in Venise lace. She was presented in marriage by her father.
Bridal attendants were Miss Cindy Meyers, Greenwood, as maid of honor and Mrs. Richard Volovsek of Willard, Miss Monica Lindner of Greenwood and Miss Debra Volovsek of Willard as bridesmaids.
Their long polyester dresses in shades of maize and green featured standup neckline, sleeveless mid-waist bodice and A-line skirt detailing. Short, waist-buttoned floral print jackets styled with long sleeves and wide lapels topped their gowns, and bouquets of yellow and baby’s breath complimented their ensembles.
Dennis Lindner, Greenwood, served as bestman. Groomsmen were Mark Lindner of Greenwood, Ronald Volovsek of Willard and Dale Lindner of Greenwood. Roger Volovsek, Eau Claire, and Charles Lindner, Greenwood, seated guests.
Music was by Patrice Pakiz, Jane Gearan, Greg Matysik and Leo Johnson.
The newlyweds, who are living on Rt. 1 Greenwood, both graduated from Greenwood High School, she in 1975 and he, in 1971. The bride also attended the UW-Eau Claire. The groom is engaged in farming.
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