BioM: Schecklman, Patricia (1983)

Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson


Surnames: Kromanaker, Schecklman, Snyder, Wienke, Schiferl

---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (9 May 1983)

Schecklman, Patricia Kay (23 April 1983)

The Rev. James J. Logan officiated at the nuptial ceremony April 23 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Loyal, where Miss Patricia Kay Schecklman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schecklman, Route 4, Neillsville, was given by her father to Kenneth John Kromanaker, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kromanaker Jr., Route 5, Marshfield.

Jodi Dahlby was organist; Diane Anderegg, Sharon Schoonover and Judy Zettler were singers.

The bride has a white organza and Venice lace gown with schiffli embroidery and a tango-length veil with schiffli edging. In her bouquet were red roses, white carnations and baby's breath.

Miss Jolene Schecklman of Route 4, Neillsville, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Julie Kromanaker of Oshkosh, Mrs. Tim Schecklman, Loyal and Kelly Snyder, Milwaukee. They had rainbow-colored formals of blue, lavender, aqua and apricot respectively and halos of flowers in their hair. In their bouquet were rainbow-colored daisies and carnations.

Ken Wienke of Arpin was best man. Groomsmen were Steve Kromanaker of Wheeling, Illinois, Tim Schecklman of Loyal and Tony Kromanaker, Eau Claire, and ushering were Daniel Schecklman, Neillsville, and Jerome Schiferl, Hewitt.

The reception, dinner and dance were at the American Legion Hall, Loyal. After a honeymoon at Orlando, Florida, the Kromanakers will live on Route 3, Mann Road, Marshfield.

The bride graduated in 1975 from Loyal High School and is a data entry operator for Figi's Inc., Marshfield. Her husband, an employee of Central State Supply Inc., is a 1976 Auburndale High School graduate.



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