BioM: Rendmeister, Renee Yvonne (1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Rendmeister, Statz, Darling, Hellenbrand, Dunlap, Leketas
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/04/1974
Rendmeister, Renee Yvonne (Marriage - 22 June 1974)
Marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Renee Yvonne Rendmeister and Michael William Statz on Saturday, June 22, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Marshfield, before the Rev. Peter Leketas. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rendmeister, Marshfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Statz, Rt. 3 Neillsville.
The bride’s traditional white gown styled with princess lines featured a white crepe pinafore edged in ruffled lace. Her Juliet style headpiece held a fingertip veil. She carried a cascade arrangement of roses, carnations and stephanotis.
Bridal attendants wore gowns similar to the bride’s in shades of yellow, blue and pink, respectively. Rhonda Darling, Neillsville, was the honor attendant, and Miss Joan Statz Neillsville, and mrs. Cathy Hellenbrand, Middleton, were bridesmaids. Debbie Statz of Neillsville, sister of the groom, was the yellow-gowned flower girl. Their colonial bouquets of carnations were tinted to match their dresses.
Jimmy Dunlap, Neillsville, served as best man. Groomsmen were Ryan Rendmeister, Marshfield, and Stan Hellenbrand, Middleton. Guests were seated by Randy Rendmeister and Will Statz.
Wedding day events following the 2 p.m. nuptial mass included a 3 p.m. reception at the hotel Charles, a 5 p.m. dinner and an evening dance.
The bride is a graduate of Marshfield Senior High School and of Mid-state Technical Institute, where she was trained as a medical assistant. Her husband graduated from Neillsville High School and is employed by a Christie dairy plant as a whey dryer operator.
They will live in Neillsville.
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