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Krill and Davidson exchange vows in Milwaukee

October 20, 2011
The Town Crier
Anne Elizabeth Krill of Brookfield, Wis., and Richard Bruce Davidson Jr. of Poland were married at Old St. Mary Parish in Milwaukee, Wis., on Aug. 20.

Parents of the bride are William and Char Krill of Nashotah, Wis., and parents of the groom are Richard and Kathy Davidson of Poland.

The Rev. Tim Kitzke officiated the noon ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Hilton City Center. The couple danced a rumba for their first dance to “Everything” by Michael Buble.

The bride wore an elegant alabaster satin gown with a grand medallion beaded motif at the center and a sweeping asymmetrical train. She carried a nosegay of ivory calla lilies, roses and orchids.

Matron of honor was Megan Krill Seefeldt of Boston, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Hosmer of Cincinnati, sister of the groom, and friends Kathryn Bosch of New Berlin, Wis., and Agnes Estes and Brea Erickson of Chicago.

The best man was Nicholas Hosmer of Cincinnati, brother-in-law of the groom. Groomsmen were Jason Seefeldt of Boston, brother-in-law of the bride, and friends Sam DeGennaro of Warren, and Michael Salinsky and Kevin Brickman of Cleveland.

The bride earned her master’s degree in marketing from Northwestern University and has her bachelor’s degree in journalism and strategic communication from The University of Wisconsin at Madison. She is a marketing communications team manager of optionsXpress, a subsidiary of the Charles Schwab Corporation.

The groom earned his MBA in finance at the University of Chicago and has his bachelor’s of business in finance and economics from John Carroll University. He is a vice president for GE Antares Capital.

The couple honeymooned in France and Italy for two weeks. They now live in Chicago.

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