WEDDINGS: Frantz, Schaller exchange vows Feb. 26

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN
Tondalayo L. Frantz, San Clemente, Calif., and Gy. Sgt. Daniel T.

Schaller, USMC, of Twenty-nine Palms, Calif., exchanged wedding vows

at 4 p.m., Feb. 26, at Holy Family Catholic Church, Tampa.



John Strasser, of Scared Heart Cathedral, Dodge City, was the

celebrant.



The bride is the daughter of David and Mary Ann Frantz, Ramona. The

groom is the son of Mary Schaller and the late Gordon Schaller, Dodge

City.



Musicians were organist Jeanne Rziha and pianist Kristi Krispense. Rod

Koons and Mary Griffith were vocalists.



The lector was John Frick and Mary Jirak was eucharistic minister.

Altar servers were Derek Belton and Andrew Hajek and offertory gift

bearers were Sueann Gonzales and Mellisa Stevens.



The guestbook attendant was Dawn Hett.



The matron of honor was Ruth Frantz and bridesmaids were Linda Wallace

and Nikki Salem. Taylor Frantz was the flower girl.



The best man was Mike Salem and best men were Philip Ziegler and Mike

Kidder. Clayton Stevens was the ringbearer.



Candle lighters were Chriselda Schaller and Brittany Stevens, and

Taryn Stevens and Jacob Frantz distributed programs. Steve and Laura

Schaller were gift attendants.



Ushers were Monte Frantz and R.D. Stevens.



The bride?s dress was a designer white satin gown with a fitted bodice

embellished with pearl and sequin appliques which extended down the

chapel-length train. A pearl headpiece held the elbow-length veil

scattered with pearls. The bride also wore elbow-length gloves and

pearl and crystal earrings.



The bride?s bouquet was made of red roses and white calla lilies. A

rosary, which had been a gift to her by her late grandmother, Mary

Alice Frick, was entertwined in the bouquet.



A buffet reception and dance were held at the senior center.



Reception assistants were Betty Frick, Jan Frantz, Janice Bogner and

Pat Schaller. Ed Belton and Stan Utting were in charge of the

refreshment table.



The bride is employed by Lennar Homes, Inc., and the groom is

stationed at the McDill Air Force Base.



Following a Caribbean cruise for their honeymoon, the couple have made

the

More from article archives
Co-ops fight propane price hike
ORIGINALLY WRITTEN JERRY ENGLER If you are a rural resident concerned with...
Read More