Clipped From The Escanaba Daily Press
Susan Diehm Bride Of Rev. J. Kiecker Susan L.vnn Diehm and the Rev James Kiecker exchanged wedding vows during a ceremony ceremony Sunday. June 28 at St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church in Stephenson. The Rev. Delton Tills heard the exchange of vows at 4:30 p m. before an altar adorned with bouquets of white mums. Ruth Hubbard was organist for the service and the choirs of Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Daggett and St. Mark's Lutheran Lutheran Church. Wallace provided the traditional wedding music. Randall Diehm. nephew of the bride, was acolyte The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Diehm of Stephenson and Rev. Kiecker Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kiecker of Appleton, Wis. Organza. Lace Given in marriage by her parent*, the bride, wore a floor length gown of white silk organza organza and lace styled with a high neckline, long Bishop sleeves and a chapel length train. Pink satin ribbon banded the dress bottom, train and sleeve cuffs. A lace half cap held her triple tiered elbow length veil of silk illusion and she carried a bouquet of stephanotis and ivy centered with orchids. Chiffon. Crepe The bride chose Mrs. Robert Oliver as her matron of honor and she was attired in a floor length gown of Nile green and white chiffon over silk crepe styled with Icing fitted sleeves. sh* carried a^ bouquet of pink and white daisies and mums. Daisy Bouquets Mrs. James Kiecker lonial bouquets of painted fugi daisies in pink and white. David Kiecker of Cedarburg, was bestman for his brother Nieces of the bride, Denise and performing ushering du- Diehm of Menominee and Lisa Diehm of Stephenson, were Junior bridesmaids. They were gowned a,1*c in iloor length frocks of flowered voile pat- wlth f°"st “nd pink daisies. They carried co- the dining room of the Church of the Precious Blood, Stephen- ties were Darwin Diehm of Menominee Menominee and Donavon Diehm of Stephenson, brothers of the bride. Open House A buffet supper was served in son following the ceremony. The couple received guests at an open house at the home of the bride’s parents following the supper. The couple will make their home in Detroit after a wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells. The Rev. Kiecker is pastor of Paul the Apostle Church there. He is a former pastor of St. Mark’s and Holy Cross Lutheran churches. The new Mrs. Kiecker Kiecker was a speech therapist for the Escanaba Area Schools.