BioM: Hinkelman, Brenda (1983)

Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson


Surnames: Hinkelmann, Wilcox, Grashorn, Gluch, Bloom, Duenow, Hicks, Evans, Stutte, Hollar, Purcell, Herro, Ring, Schmidt, Wicker

---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (14 May 1983)

Hinklemann, Brenda Kay (7 May 1983)

Officiating at the nuptial ceremony May 7 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal, where Miss Brenda Kay Hinkelmann of Greenfield and William Jay Wilcox of madison were married, was the Rev. Joseph R. Kraly.

The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hinkelmann of Loyal, was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Turner Wilcox of Edmond, Oklahoma.

Dale Grashorn of Dubuque, Iowa, was soloist; Ron Gluch, Loyal, the organist.

The bridal gown of white organza and venice lace in Queen Anne styling with chapel train was worn with a fingertip veil. Placed on her Spanish lace fan were pink and white roses and carnations with baby's breath.

Mrs. Karen Bloom came from Georgetown, Colorado, to be matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Patti Duenow of Durand, Lori Hicks of Madison, Lynne Evans of Greenfield and Cindy Stutte, Eau Claire. They had daphne qiana and crepe de soie dresses and Spanish lace fans enhanced with white, pink and Daphne roses, azaleas and baby's breath.

Holly Allar, Marshfield, and Heidi Purcell, St. Louis Park, Minnesota, were flower girls with Matthew Bloom, Georgetown, Colorado, ring bearer.

Gerard Herro of Wheeling, Illinois, was best man. Groomsmen were Duane Ring of La Crosse, Mike Hicks of Madison, Jim Schmidt of Chicago and Dave Wicker, St. Paul, Minnesota and ushering were Harlan Hinkelmann of Loyal and Eric Wilcox, Eau Claire.

The reception, dinner and dance were at the Village Plaza, Spencer. After a honeymoon in San Francisco and at Lake Tahoe, the Wilcoxes will live in Madison at 2853 Eggimann Road.

The bride graduated in 1977 from Loyal High School and in 1981 received a BBA degree in comprehensive professional accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She is a public accountant for White, Reinholtz and Pfefferkorn, Madison.

Her husband, a 1976 graduate of Edgerton High School, Edgerton, received his BBA degree in comprehensive professional accounting form UW-eau Claire in December 1980. He is an account for Ray-O-Vac of Madison.



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