Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson
Surnames: Trybula, Niedzwiecki, Frank, Husting, Steinmetz, Szymanski
---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (!2 May 1983)
Trybula, Rebecca Ann (16 April 1983)
The Rev. James J. Lesczynski officiated at the nuptial ceremony April 16 in Holy Family Catholic Church, Willard, where Miss Rebecca Ann Trybula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trybula of Route 3, Neillsville, was given in marriage by her father to Steven Joseph Niedzwiecki, Route 1, Solon Springs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Niedzwiecki of Route 2, Thorp.
Leianna Landwehr of Stratford was soloist for the nuptials and Margaret Gosar of greenwood was organist.
The bride had a white nylon entrained gown and an arrangement of white roses, aqua azaleas and pink and yellow daisies.
Her aides were Mrs. Peggy Frank, Eau Claire, Matron of honor, and Miss Mary Husting, Brookfield, and Mrs. Jane Steinmetz, Thorp, bridesmaids. They had formal ensembles and arrangements of aqua azaleas and yellow and pink daisies.
Richard Szymanski of Chippewa Falls was best man. Groomsmen were Joe Trybula of Neillsville and Todd Steinmetz, Thorp, and ushering were Jerry Trybula, Neillsville, and Adam Niedzwiecki, Thorp.
The dinner was at the church hall and the dance at the Athletic Hall, Willard. Following a Florida honeymoon, the Niedzwieckis will live on Route 1, Solon Springs.
The bride graduated in 1979 from Neillsville High School. Her husband, a 1977 Thorp High School and a 1979 graduate of District 1 Technical Institute-Eau Claire, is a cranberry grower.
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