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Family: Douglas F Martinek / Patricia Ann Parr Martinek (F1168)

m. 1 Dec 1962


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  • Father | Male
    Douglas F Martinek

    Born     
    Died     
    Buried     
    Married  1 Dec 1962  Delia, Jackson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  Bennie Joseph Martinek | F1931 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Ruth Agnes Diehl Martinek | F1931 Group Sheet 

    Mother | Female
    Patricia Ann Parr Martinek

    Born     
    Died     
    Buried     
    Father  William W Parr, Jr. | F1812 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Marie Kaufman Parr | F1812 Group Sheet 

    Child 1 | Female
    Michelle Renee Martinek Berry

    Born  29 Nov 1963   
    Died     
    Buried     
    Spouse  Michael Lee Berry | F1170 
    Married  3 Oct 1992  Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location

    Child 2 | Male
    Douglas Anthony Martinek

    Born  21 Nov 1968   
    Died     
    Buried     

    Child 3 | Female
    Melissa Kay Martinek

    Born  9 May 1970  Jackson, Jackson County, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died     
    Buried     

    Child 4 | Male
    Darren Benedict-Parr Martinek

    Born  20 Feb 1974   
    Died     
    Buried     

    Child 5 | Female
    Mandi Leigh Martinek

    Born  13 Feb 1977   
    Died     
    Buried     

  • Documents
    Marriage- Parr, Patricia-Martinek, Douglas 1
    Marriage- Parr, Patricia-Martinek, Douglas 1
    Parr-Martinek
    The marriage of Patricia
    Parr to Douglas Martinek was solemnized at 10 a.m. Saturday in Sacred Heart Church in Delia.

    The Rev. George Seuferling celebrated the nuptial mass and music was provided by Mrs. Rita Kerwin and Linda Roth.

    Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Parr, and Mr. Martinek is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Martinek, all of Rossville.

    GIVEN in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white taffeta designed with scoop neckline, bridal point sleeves and chapel train. The lace embroidered motif on the bodice was repeated on the train.

    Her illusion veil fell from a satin rose, and she carried white orchids arranged in the shape of a cross.

    Linda Parr, who was her
    sisterís maid of honor, wore a red velveteen dress styled with scoop neckline and bell-shaped skirt.

    BRIDESMATRONS were Mrs. G. E. Besta, Topeka, another sister of the bride, and Mrs. Wayne Rasch, Wichita. Shirley Lierz, Wetmore, was bridesmaid. They wore green velveteen dresses made like the maidís of honor. All the attendants carried bouquets of red and white peppermint carnations.

    Connie Keller, Delia, was flower girl, and Eddie Joe Besta, Topeka, was ring bearer.

    Best man was the bridegroomís brother, Dwight Martinek, Rossville. Groomsmen were Tony Leiker, Lawrence; Ray Rafferty, Rossville; and Wayne Rasch, Wichita. Ushers were Frank Ruff, Manhattan, and Brian Palmer and John Garber, Lawrence.

    FOLLOWING the ceremony a reception was held in the Delia High School auditorium. Those assisting were: Mrs. Raub Zeller, Mission; Mrs. John Boyd Jr., Carolyn Farley and Jane Parr, Rossville; Janice Parr, Washington, D.C.; Sally Nadeau, Emporia; Mary Brethour and Jane Zickefoose, Manhattan; and Bonnie Keller, Delia.

    The bride, a graduate of Rossville High School and Stewartís Beauty Academy, was employed in the Lady Be Lovely Salon in Rossville.

    Mr. Martinek, also a graduate of Rossville High School, is a senior at the University of Kansas where he is majoring in physical education.

    The couple will live in the Stauffer Apartments on the KU campus.
    Bridal Shower- Parr, Pat
    Bridal Shower- Parr, Pat
    Shower honors
    Pat Parr
    Mary Brethour, Sally Nadeau and Jane Zickefoose were hosts to a miscellaneous shower at the Zickefoose home Tuesday night complimenting Pat Parr, bride-elect of Doug Martinek. Invited guests were; Pat Parr, Mrs, Bill Colson, Mrs. Gene Irwin, Mrs. Eddie Besta, Mrs. Bennie Martinek, Mrs. Kenneth Marney, Mrs. Raymond Brethour, Mrs. S. F. Zickefoose, Mrs. W. W. Parr, Roxie Nadeau, Mrs. Donald Gentry, Mrs. Gary Swarner, Linda Raines, Dorothy Jacobson, Charlene Perry, Linda Parr, Mrs. Sandra Boyd Jr., Mrs. Philip Rubon and Mrs. Lonnie Spiker.
    Marriage- Parr, Patricia-Martinek, Douglas 2
    Marriage- Parr, Patricia-Martinek, Douglas 2
    Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Martinek

    The marriage of Patricia Parr to Douglas Martinek was solemnized in the Sacred Heart Church in Delia, Kansas, December 1, 1962, at 10:00 a.m.

    The Rev. George Seuferling performed the Nuptial Mass, and music was furnished by Mrs. Rita Kerwin and Linda Roth.

    Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Parr and Mr. Martinek is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Martinek all of Rossville, Kansas.

    Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor length gown of white
    taffeta, with a scoop neckline, pointed sleeves and a long chapel train. The embroided motif in the bodice was repeated in the train. Her illusion veil fell from a velvet rose. Small orchids formed in a cross was the bridal bouquet.

    Linda Parr, sister of the bride and maid of honor, wore a red velyet dress with a scoop neckline and bell-shaped skirt. The brides maids, Nancy Best a, another sister of the bride, Shirley Leirz, Wetmore, and Linda Rasch, Wichita, wore green velvet dresses fashioned after the maid of honor. All wore velvet roses as headpieces and carried red and white peppermint carnations for their bouquets.

    Dwight Martinek served as his brotherí s best man, groomsmen were, Tony Lieker, Lawrence, Ray Rafferty, Rossville and Wayne Rasch, Wichita. Ushers were Frank Ruff, Manhattan, Brian Palmer and John Garber, Lawrence.

    Connie Sue Keller and Eddie Joe Besta were the flower girl and ring bearer.

    A reception was held at the Delia High School auditorum following the ceremony.

    Those assisting were, Janice Parr, Washington D.C., Sally Nadeau, Emporia, Mary Brethauer, Maple Hill, Jane Zickefoose, Manhattan, Beverly Zeller, Missouri, Sandy Boyle Jr., Carolyn Farley and Jane Parr all of Rossville and Bonnie Ellen Keller, Delia.

    The bride a graduate of Rossville High School and Stuwart Beauty Academy of Topeka was employed at the Lady Be Lovely Beauty Salon in Rossville.

    Mr. Martinek also a graduate of Rossville High School is a senior at the University of Kansas where he is majoring in Physical Education.