BioM: Tomac, Ann
Surnames: STEFFEN TOMAC PERMAN
----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 10/2?/1946
Tomac, Ann M. (26 OCT 1946)
Wearing a beige dressmaker suit trimmed with gold and matching hat, Miss Ann Margaret Tomac, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan V. Perman, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of Gerald Paul Steffen, Greenwood. The Nuptial High Mass was read at 9 a.m., Oct. 26, 1946, in St. Mary’s Church at Greenwood, by the Rev. John Novak, with the school choir singing the responses to the mass.
Miss Kay Perman, a sister of the bride, in a grey tailleur and wearing a corsage of red roses, was maid of honor. Victor Perman, the bride’s brother, was best man.
The bride’s corsage was an arrangement of yellow roses and white mums.
Blue and white streamers decorated the Perman home where 65 guests were served dinner. A three tier wedding cake and bowls of red roses centered the table.
After a brief honeymoon in the Midwest, the couple will be at home to friends on the groom’s farm on route 4 near Greenwood.
Mrs. Steffen was graduated from the Greenwood High School with the class of 1935 and from St. Luke’s School of Nursing, Chicago, Ill., in 1943. She served with the Navy Nurse Corps as an ensign during World War II, having enlisted in service in January 1944. She was stationed at Shoemaker, Calif., for 10 months, and at Astoria, Ore. For 21 months, receiving her discharge in August 1946. The past few months she has been at home with her parents.
Mr. Steffen graduated from the Greenwood High School in 1927.
Guests from away were Miss Margaret Perman, Menomonie; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steffen, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tidmarch, Milwaukee.
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