BioM: Roehl, Cheryl Lee (1979)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Roehl, Fields, Lustig, Hollingsworth, Grobe, Farbo, Morrison, Morison, Esser, Roberts, Meissner, Augustin

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/28/1979

Roehl, Cheryl Lee (16 June 1979)

Cheryl Lee Roehl and Gilbert John Fields were married the afternoon of June 16 in services held in Christ Lutheran Church, Chili, and officiated by the Rev. Horst Augustin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Roehl, Chili, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fields, Spencer.

The bride, a Granton High School graduate, and the groom, who is a Badger High School, Lake Geneva, graduate, will reside in Genoa City where he is employed by Prime Manufacturing.

At the wedding service, the father of the bride presented her to the altar. “For All We Know,” “Devoted To You” and “The Lord’s Prayer” were the musical selections offered by Mary Esser of Marshfield and Ron Roberts of Granton, accompanied by Bonnie Meissner, Oshkosh.

Carol Lustig of Altoona was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Karen Fields of Spencer, Gale Hollingsworth of Tomah and Andrienne Grobe as miniature bride and flower girl, Chili.

The bride’s gown was white, nylon chiffon with a wedding ring neckline, long sleeves appliqued with Chantilly lace, all touched by pearl and sequin appliques. The A-line skirt extended into a chapel-length train with matching lace bands. A Juilet cap held the chapel length veil. She carried a cascade of red silk roses and ivy.

The attendants’ apparel consisted of blue ribbon, halter-top dresses with light blue capes. They carried colonial-style bouquets of white, silk roses, pompons, baby’s breath and blue carnations. The miniature bride was dressed to match the bride and she carried blue pompons in a lacy basket.

David Farbo, Gurnee, Illinois, was the bestman. He was joined by Rodney Morrison of Orfordville and Greg Grobe of Three Lakes. Brian Morrison, Orfordville, was miniature groom and ring bearer. Ushering were Elroy Roehl of Chili and Raymond Morrison, Orfordville.

After the wedding, a supper was held at Zion Lutheran Church in Granton which was followed by a reception and dance at the Sportsmen’s Hall in Granton.



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