BioM: Krejci, Pamela Lynn (1977)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Krejci, Reineck, Zilk, Bleecker, Hagedorn, Paulson, Heimstead, Reece, Short, Henseler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/22/1977
Krejci, Pamela Lynn (17 December 1977)
St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Neillsville, was the setting for the December 17 wedding vows of Pamela Lynn Krejci, daughter of Devere and Barbara Krejci, Rt. 1, and Randy Ray Reineck, Rt. 1 son of Raymond and Rosemary Reineck, Rt. 1. Father Joseph Henseler was the officiating minister for the 2:00 p.m. ceremony. The wedding reception was held in the Church dining room.
Presented in marriage by her parents, the bride appeared in a chapel length veil of white silk netting and crown of aurora borealis stones. The gown was of silk organza fabric with long bishop sleeves, Chantilly and Venise lace with Victorian ruffle at the neck and silhouette demi-bell, empire waist lace circles. The bride carried pink roses, white carnations, baby’s breath, green and velvet white cord ribbon.
Sally Ann Zilk was the maid of honor and Teresa Bleecker was the bridesmaid. They wore floor length pink gowns and shoulder length burgundy violet capes, V-neck, burgundy velvet cord bows. They carried pink carnations, baby’s breath greens and burgundy velvet cord ribbons.
The groom was attended by Charles Hagedorn as bestman and Howard Paulson, Wisconsin Dells, as groomsman. Ushering duties were performed by Scott Krejci and Douglas Heimstead.
Soloist for the wedding was Carol Reece and the organist was Mrs. Glenn Short. Music included “You Light Up My Life” and “We’ve Only Just Begun.”
The bride graduated from Neillsville High School in 1977 and is a private nurse’s aide. The groom graduated from the same high school in 1968 and attended UW-River Falls. He is employed as a carpenter. The couple is planning a spring trip to Waverly, Ia. They are making their home in rural Neillsville.
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