BioM: Cina, Robin Ann (1979)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Cina, Kuehn, Knuth, Fennessy, Huth, Raasch, Gibbons, Gorst, Scharf, Steinbach, Mannigel, Harder, Chase, Krejci, Dux, Resong, Mortenson, Henseler

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/31/1979

Cina, Robin Ann (26 May 1979)

Robin Ann Cina and David Russell Kuehn were wed in rites at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Neillsville, May 26. The Rev. Joseph Henseler officiated at the Saturday afternoon services. The bride, who was presented at the altar by her father is the daughter of Frank Cina, Rt. 1 Neillsville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kuehn, Granton.

The bride chose a gown of sheer Sat-aglow satin with Venetian lace on the appliqued slit-neck bodice. The gown also had bishop sleeves, a flounced skirt, chapel-length train and long veil. She carried a trailing bouquet of red roses.

Colleen Knuth, West Bend, was the matron of honor. She was joined by Heidi Kuehn of Granton, Maureen Fennessy of Neillsville, Amy Cina of Genoa, Diane Huth of Granton and Sandra Oestreich of Neillsville. The matron of honor was in a blue sheer nylon-over-taffeta gown and the others were attired similarly in lavender. All wore matching hats and carried two long stemmed yellow roses with the exception of the matron of honor who carried a medium sized bouquet similar to the brides. Kelly Kuehn, Granton, was miniature bride while Michael and Kimberly Raasch, both of Hartford, were ring bearer and flower girl.

Bestman was Ed Gibbons. He was joined by Bob Gorst, Gary Scharf, Brad Kuehn, Jerry Steinbach and Russell Mannigel, all of Granton. Ushering were Tim Harder of Greenwood and Dave Chase of Granton.

“If,” “The Wedding Song,” “We’ve Only Just Begun,” and “Follow Me” were musical selections offered by Shelley Krejci, Ed Gibbons, LaVonne Dux, accompanied by Ronald Resong.

A reception in the church basement followed the ceremony. Prenuptial events included showers given by Mrs. Russell Kuehn, Mrs. Robert Mortenson, Colleen Knuth and Maureen Fennessy.

The bride attended District I Technical Institute in Eau Claire and studied secretarial sciences. The groom has completed a one-year program in refrigeration and is employed by Kuehn’s Appliance Service of Granton. After a short wedding trip, the couple made their home in a Granton Apartment.



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