BioM: Maxcy or Maxy, Cynthia S. (1963)
Surnames: Maxcy, Stiefvater, Bain, Cady, Fieme, Wojta, Crossman, Kitzhaber
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Jan 1964
Maxcy, Cynthia S. (28 DEC 1963)
Mr. Bernard George Stiefvater, son of Mrs. Greg Rogillio, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), and the late George Stiefvater, claimed as his bride Miss Cynthia Steward Maxy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Crossman Maxy, North Haven, Conn., during a 12 o'clock noon ceremony Saturday, December 28, 1963, at St. Rita's Catholic Church at Hamden, Conn.
The Rt. Rev. Msgr. William J. Daly officiated at the nuptial ceremony, for which the church was decorated with red poinsettias and evergreens.
Candlelight satin was utilized to fashion the bridal gown, which had a molden bodice of Alencon lace. Her fingertip veil of candlelight illusion fell from a coif fashioned of satin. The bride carried a cascade boqueut consisting of stephanotis and miniature ivy.
Mrs. Lawrence Bain of Woodridge, Conn., was matron of honor, and Miss Susan Cady of Avon, Conn., and Mrs. Donald Fieme, Columbus, Wisconsin, were bridesmaids.
They donned floor length lime peel green velvet gowns and carried cascades of white poinsettias and holly.
Thomas Stiefvater, Milwaukee, was the best man, and the groomsmen were Edward Maxcy, North Haven, Conn.; Lawrence Bain, Woodridge, Mass.; and Arthur Wojta, Milwaukee.
The wedding reception was held at the Quinnpack Club.
The new Mrs. Stiefvater, a 1962 graduate of Columbia University, also attended Foxhollow School, Lenox, Mass., and Centeanry College for women at Hackettstown, N.J. She is on the staff of Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.
Her husband, who was graduated from St. Mary's School, Greenwood High School, and in 1958 received his degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he was affiliated with Theta Chi Fraternity. He is employed at Crown Zellerback in Dallas.
Mr. Stiefvater is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Kitzhaber, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Stiefvater.
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