Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson
Surnames: Kliner, Raczykowski, Walters, Sydow, Endries
---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (13 May 1983)
Raczykowski, Wanita R. (23 April 1983)
Miss Wanita R. Raczykowski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Raczykowski of Unity, was given in marriage by her father April 23 to Thomas J. Kliner, 11180 N. Main St., Marshfield, son of Mr.. and Mrs. Paul J. Kliner of Portage.
The Very Rev. Raymond J. Pedretti officiated at the nuptials at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Colby. Sister Louise Marie played the organ and Sandy Weigel and Randy Busse sang.
The bride had a white sheer over peau and venise lace gown with chapel train and a chapel-length veil attached to a half hat. In her cascade bouquet were white carnations, yellow roses, white daisies and baby's breath with ivy.
The bridal aides, carrying parasols with burgundy roses, white daisies, carnation and baby's breath with ivy, were Miss Sheila Raczykowski of Unity, maid of honor, and miss Dawn Walters of Marshfield and Mrs. Michael Raczykowski, Colorado Springs, Colorado, bridesmaids. They had primrose knit formals with jackets.
Maria Raczykowski was flower girl; Jessi Raczykowski, the ring bearer.
Best man was Robert Sydow, Marshfield. Groomsmen were Gregory Kliner of Portage and Richard Kliner, Eau Claire, and ushering were Michael Raczykowski and Herbert Endries.
The reception and dance were at the Sword at Colby, while the dinner was served at St. Mary's School Gymnasium. After a wedding trip to Illinois, the Kliners will live at his address.
The bride graduated in 1977 from Colby High School and the following year from Mid-State Technical Institute-Wisconsin Rapids. She is a food server worker at St. Joseph's Hospital. Her husband, a Weyerhauser Co. employee here, graduated in 1972 from Boylan High School and attended Rock Valley College, both in Rockford, Illinois.
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