BioM: Davis, Linda S.
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Davis, LaNou, Peterson, Kessler, Borcher, LaFond, Fawcett, Peeso, Finley, Gould, Anderson, Leland, Matzek
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/04/1977
Davis, Linda S. (30 July 1977)
Linda S. Davis, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Davis of 1120 Prospect St., Neillsville and Michael J. LaNou, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman LaNou, Eau Claire, were married Saturday, July 30, at St. Olaf’s Catholic Church in Eau Claire. Fr. William Matzek officiated at the 3 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Wildcat Inn, west of Neillsville.
The bride wore a peasant style gown of white eyelet as she was presented in marriage by her father. She carried a cascade arrangement of yellow roses and white carnations with baby’s breath.
Connie Peterson, Eau Claire, was the honor attendant, and Jane Kessler of Neillsville, niece of the bride, Jane Borcher of Minneapolis, Mn., and Judy LaFond of La Crosse were the bridesmaids. Their sleeveless peach and yellow floral design gowns of polyester featured back-tie detailing. They held colonial bouquets of peach carnations and daisies.
The groom was attended by Patrick Fawcett, Eau Claire, as bestman and by Mike Peeso, Craig Finley and Tim Gould, also of Eau Claire, as groomsmen. Ushering duties were shared by Steve Kessler of Neillsville, nephew of the bride, and Gary Anderson of Chippewa Falls. Pam Kessler as the soloist and Jerry Leland, the organist.
A graduate of Neillsville High School and of Eau Claire School of Cosmetology, the bride is employed at the district attorney’s office in Eau Claire. The groom graduated from North High School, Eau Claire, and is employed by LaNou Construction there. The newlyweds, who planned a wedding trip to California, will make their home in Eau Claire after August 15.
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