BioM: Leu, Georgene
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Leu, Kunze, Wilcox, Skalrud, DesJarlais, Hill, Gartzke, Melville, Gassen, Dewitt, Dix, Wolf, Clark
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/08/1977
Leu, Georgene (27 August 1977)
Georgene M. Leu of Wisconsin Rapids became the bride of Bradley D. Kunze of Baraboo in ceremonies performed Saturday, August 27, at St. James Catholic Church in Vesper. The Rev. Charles Wolf of St. Charles’ Catholic Church, Chippewa Falls, and Rev. Gary Clark of the Neillsville United Church of Christ officiated at the 3 p.m. ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Leu, Wisconsin Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kunze, Neillsville.
Presented in marriage by her parents, the bride appeared in a traditional white gown of princess styling. Serving as her attendants were Ms. Diane Leu as maid of honor and Mrs. Douglas Wilcox of Wautoma, Mrs. William Skalrud of Libertyville, Il., Ms. Cindy Kunze of La Crosse and Ms. Cherie Kunze of Neillsville as bridesmaids.
Kim Kunze, Wausau, acted as bestman. Groomsmen were Myron DesJarlais of Wausau, Bill Hill of Elroy, Tim Gartzke of Waunakee and Charles Kunze of Neillsville. Guests were seated by Ed Melville, Wisconsin Rapids and Douglas Wilcox, Wautoma.
Mrs. Matt Gassen was the organist, and Tom Dewitt, John Dewitt and Gail Dix were the vocalists.
A reception was held at the Vesper Community Hall.
The home of the bride’s parents was the setting for a prenuptial rehearsal dinner.
The new Mrs. Kunze earned a bachelor of arts degree in Communicative disorders at the UW-Eau Claire and has been employed as a speech and language therapist in the Watertown Public Schools. Her husband received his advanced education at District One Technical Institute, Eau Claire and at St. Mary’s Medical Center, Madison. He is employed as a nuclear medical technologist at St. Claire Hospital, Baraboo. The couple will live at 327 Fifth Avenue, Baraboo.
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