Linda M. Mack, Arlington Heights, and Robert J. Herman,
Chicago, spoke vows Oct. 24 at St. Denis Roman Catholic Church, Chicago.
The Rev. Rich LoBianco presided over the 5:30 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Dolores Mack, Viola, and the late
Dennis A. Mack. Parents of the bridegroom are James and Colleen Herman, Chicago.
John Mack, Viola, brother of the bride, was her escort. The bride
chose a satin gown trimmed with beaded embroidered motifs and Chantilly
lace, a high neck, long, tapered sleeves, basque waste and a cathedral
train. Her fingertip-length veil was adorned with a floral pearl spray
wreath with a pearl edge and back pouff.
Wearing a cranberry tea length satin dress was Joyce Stenzel,
Arlington Heights, sister of the bride, as the matron of honor. In
similar attire were bridesmatrons Mary Kay Griffin, Chicago, sister of
the bridegroom; Joni Bollinger, Viola, and Vicki Phillips, Rushville,
Ill. Carrie Herman, Chicago, sister of the bridegroom, was the junior bridesmaid.
Paul Bronke, Normal, was best man. Groomsmen were Michael Hayes,
Glen Ellyn; Thomas Nagel, Chicago, and Andrew Totman, Countryside, Ill.
Seating guests were Jeff Winiger, Hawthorne Woods, Ill. and David
Herman, Chicago, brother of the bridegroom.
A reception was held at Chateau Bu-Sche, Alsip, Ill. After a
wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple are residing at 473 Happfield
Drive, Arlington Heights.
The bride is a graduate of Winola High School, Viola, and
Illinois State University, Normal, where she majored in accounting. She
is employed by Heller Financial International, Chicago.
The bridegroom was graduated from St. Lawrence High School,
Chicago, and received a bachelor of science degree in accounting from
Illinois State University. He is employed by Northwestern Mutual Life,
Northfield, Ill. (1987)