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Family: Frederick Richard Budden / Katherine Diane Bowers Budden (F2587)

m. 11 Jan 1986

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  • Father | Male
    Frederick Richard Budden

    Married  11 Jan 1986  Delia, Jackson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  Frederick Herbert Budden, Jr. | F913 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Jean Ann Ward Budden | F913 Group Sheet 

    Mother | Female
    Katherine Diane Bowers Budden

    Father  Lawrence A Bowers | F595 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Christina L Thompson Bowers | F595 Group Sheet 

    Child 1 | Female
    Regina Marie Budden

    Born  9 Jul 1990   

  • Documents
    Engagement- Bowers, Katherine-Budden, Frederick
    Engagement- Bowers, Katherine-Budden, Frederick
    Bowers/Budden Couple Will Marry January 11
    Mrs. Lawrence A. Bowers, Delia, announces the engagement of her daughter, Katherine Diane, to Frederick Richard Budden, St. Marys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Budden, Tecumseh.

    Miss Bowers is a graduate of Holton High School and holds a bachelor of education degree from Washburn University. She is a first grade teacher in Hoyt, U.S.D. 337.

    Mr. Budden is a graduate of Shawnee Heights High School, and holds bachelor of music education and master of music degrees from Kansas State University. He teaches vocal music at St. Marys Grade School and St. Marys High School, U.S.D. 321.

    A January 11, 1986 wedding will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Church, Delia.
    Marriage- Bowers, Katherine-Budden, Frederick 1
    Marriage- Bowers, Katherine-Budden, Frederick 1
    Mrs. Frederick Budden
    (Katherine Bowers)
    Katherine Diane Bowers and Frederick Richard Budden were married at 2 p.m. Jan. 11 at Sacred Heart Church, Delia. The Revs. John Erickson and Gary Beach officiated.

    The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lawrence A. Bowers, Delia. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Budden, Tecumseh.

    Attending the bride were Marilyn Brennan, St. Marys; Sally Price, Tecumseh; Angela Whittle, Wichita; and Brenda Brennan. Attending the bridegroom were Roy Bird, Auburn; Warren Sickel, St. Marys; Alvie Price, Tecumseh; and Leon Rueter, Burnsville, Minn.

    Mrs. Budden graduated from Holton High School and Washburn University with an education degree. She teaches first grade in U.S.D. 337, Hoyt. Mr. Budden graduated from Shawnee Heights High School and Kansas State University with a degree in music education and a master’s degree in music. He teaches vocal music at St. Marys Grade School and St. Marys High School.
    Marriage- Bowers, Katherine-Budden, Frederick 2
    Marriage- Bowers, Katherine-Budden, Frederick 2
    Bowers/Budden Couple Exchanged Vows Jan. 11
    The marriage of Diane Bowers, daughter of Christina Bowers and the late Lawrence Bowers, Delia, and Rick Budden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Budden, Tecumseh, was solemnized, January 11, 1986, in the Sacred Heart Church, Delia. Father John Erickson and the Reverend Gary Beach performed the wedding ceremony.

    Acolytes were Andrew Walter, Mark Walker, and Larry Bowers, nephews of the bride.

    Candle lighters were Corinna and Larry Bowers, niece and nephew of the bride.

    Ring bearers were Annie Price, niece of the groom; and Rosalind Bowers, niece of the bride. They each carried a ring on identical white satin pillows.

    Flower girls were Diana and Barbara Walker, nieces of the bride. They carried little baskets of rose petals.

    Gift attendants were Christie Brennan and Max Whittle, niece and nephew of the bride. The six little girls wore identical floor-length dresses of pink satin trimmed with white lace.

    As the mothers were being seated, Shelia and Marilyn Brennan, nieces of the bride, sang “Longer” and “Annie’s Song” accompanied by Sheila on the guitar.

    The bride was escorted to the altar by her brother, John. She wore a floor-length dress of bridal satin with fitted lace bodice and sleeves tapering to points over her hands. The bouffant skirt ended in an aisle-wide train. The dress was made by her mother. She borrowed her mother’s chapel veil which fell from a coronet of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of miniature carnations and baby’s breath. Maid of honor was Marilyn Brennan, niece of the bride; Brenda Brennan, niece of the bride, was bridesmaid; Sally Price, sister of the groom, and Angela Whittle, niece of the bride, were bridesmatrons. They wore identical floor-length dresses of ruby chiffon over satin with bandeaus of fresh fall flowers and carried colonial bouquets of fall flowers.

    Roy Bird, friend of the groom, attended the groom as best man. Warren Sickel, friend of the groom, Alvie Price, brother-in-law of the groom and Leon. Rueter, cousin of the groom, were groomsmen. Ushers were Larry Bowers, bother of the bride, James Walker and Jim Brennan, nephews of the bride, and Joe Turner, brother-in-law of the groom.

    Organist Beverly Martinek, friend of the bride, accompanied Bryan Reiners, friend of the groom, as he sang “Perhaps Love” and “Panis Angelicus.”

    Diane and Rick sang “The Lord’s Prayer.”

    Liturgical readings were given by John Walker, Sr. and John Walker, Jr., brother-in-law and nephew of the bride.

    A reception was held at the Delia Community Center. Assisting at the reception were Pam Turner, sister of the groom; Ann and Marla Bowers, sisters- in-law of the bride; Christina Rezac and Ruth Ann Walker, sisters of the bride.

    Christine Bowers was at the guest book, Theresa Bowers and Kathy Walker opened the gifts. All are nieces of the bride.

    Music was furnished at the reception by Lorie and Anne Walker, Nieces of the bride; and Marilyn Brennan, accompanied at the piano by Theresa Bowers.

    Several former students of Diane’s from the Hoyt Grade School surprised her by singing two songs at the reception, accompanied at the piano by Tammy Smith, third grade teacher at Hoyt.

    Mrs. Emma Bowers and Ina Thompson, aunts of the bride; Verna Mae Thompson, cousin of the bride; and Eudora McQueen, a friend, helped serve the dinner following the reception.

    After a short wedding trip, Diane and Rick are at home in St. Marys as they continue their teaching careers.