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Published: Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

Wehrheim-Love

Jamie Wehrheim of Normal and David Love of Rockford were married at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 26, 2012, at Evelyn Chapel in Bloomington.

The bride is the daughter of William and Brenda Wehrheim of Red Bud. She is a librarian.

The groom is the son of Scott and Sharon Love of Malta. He is an athletic trainer.

Jill Wehrheim served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jenna Wehrheim and Sarah Jakymiw. The flowergirl was Nora Jakymiw.

Mark Lovell served as best man. The groomsmen were Mike Peterson and Jim Jakymiw.

The reception was held at Bone Student Center, Illinois State University in Normal.

The wedding trip was to Charleston, South Carolina, and a cruise to the Bahamas.

The couple resides in Rockford.

45th anniversary

Richard “Dick” Atkinson and Dorothea “Dee” Atkinson of DeKalb will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary on Sunday.

Dorothea Ruth Boyd and Richard Elwood Atkinson were married Jan. 13, 1968, at Chicago Gospel Tabernacle.

He was employed by United States Shipper in West Chicago as a national accounts sales manager. He retired in July 1998. She was employed by Granat Industries Inc. in Elk Grove Village as an accountant, book keeper, etc. She retired in October 1995.

Dick is a former youth pastor and enjoys photography and junior center activities. Dee enjoys crocheting and book keeping. The couple enjoys church activities.

They have one son, Donald (Robin) Zonic of Saratoga, Calif.; three daughters, Linda (Peter) Dzialo of Lake in Hills, Melody (Ben) Pahlow of Arlington Heights and Rachelle (Robert) Loncarevic of Chicago; 11 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

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