BioM: Sullivan, Nancy (Engagement - 1962)

 
Contact: MariAnne Walker

Surnames: Sullivan, Facklam

----Source: Wis. Rapids Daily Tribune (Wood County) Tuesday, December 4, 1962

BRIDE-TO-BE Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sullivan, 260 12th Ave. S., announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy, to Randolph Facklam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Facklam, 130 10th St. S. The wedding is being planned for early in 1963.

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BioM: Sullivan, Nancy (Marriage License - 1963)

----Source: Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, (Wood County), Saturday, January 5, 1963

Randolph L. Facklam, 130 19th St. North, and Nancy M. Sullivan, 260 12th Ave. South, at Wisconsin Rapids, Jan. 19

Mrs. Randolph Facklam
 

Bio: Sullivan, Nancy (Wedding - 1963)
Surnames: Sullivan, Facklam, Meyer, Van De Loop, Glebke, Brazeau

----Source: Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, (Wood County), Saturday, January 19, 1963 pg 4


Miss Nancy Marie Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sullivan, 260 12th Ave. S., today became the bride of Randolph Louis Facklam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph W. Facklam, 130 10th St. N. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Thomas Rudolph of St. Lawrence parish at 10:30 this morning.

Of white satin brocade, the bride's ballerina length gown featured a bustle back, caught up with a mod.... bow. A shoulder veil was secured to a matching pillbox hat. She carried a crescent bouquet of pink roses and white carnations.

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meyer, Huntington Park, NY, were the official witnesses. Mrs. Meyer serving as matron of honor for her sister with Miss Rita Van De Loop as bridesmaid. Ronald Glebke and William Brazeau attended the groom as best man and groomsman.

Mrs. Meyer and Mill Van De Loop wore cotillion blue sheaths with overskirts attached to wide cummerbunds. Headpieces in the dress color held short nose veils. Crescent bouquets were similar to the bride's.

The wedding dinner was served at the Paper Inn of the YMCA, Port Edwards, where the reception is being held.

Mr. Facklam is employed by Rapids Sheet Metal and his bride by Household Finance Corporation. After a wedding trip to the southern part of the stte they will take up residence at 331 1/2 11th St. S.

Prior to the wedding the former Miss Sullivan was honored at three showers. One miscellaneous shower was given by the Misses Anne Edwards and Gerry Heniges and one by Mrs. Phil Nobles, Mrs. Ronald Meyer, Mrs. John Benbow and Miss Margaret Casey. Mrs. Martin Gadow was hostess at a linen shower.

The rehearsal dinner was given Friday evening by the groom's parents.


 

 

 


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