Claremore Daily Progress


March 31, 2007

Lantow, Voss mark 30 years of marriage

Iva Suzanne Lantow and Larry E. Voss were reunited in marriage March 11, 2007 on the occasion of their 30th wedding anniversary.

The afternoon ceremony was at First Baptist Church of Oologah with Rev. Larry Bownum officiating.

The bride was escorted to the altar by her brother, Billy L. Lantow. The bride wore an off-the-shoulder silver and white tea-length dress with a silver shawl.

Daniel Voss was his father’s best man. Maid of honor was their daughter, Rebekah Voss, and sister of the groom, Marsha Miller, was bridesmaid. Granddaughters Tesla Voss and Samantha Voss were flower girls.

Special guests were mother of the bride, Thelda Boen, and husband Howard; mother of the groom, Bertha Riggins; sisters Debbie Mynat and Mitzi Voss; daughter-in-law, Chenoa Voss, and son Cedric; sister of the bride, Dana Richardson, and children Kristin and Zack. Other guests included Bernadine and River Lantow.

A dinner and reception was held at El Tequila in Owasso.

A three-tiered wedding cake with doves and butterflies was given to the couple by her mother.

The couple make their home in rural Talala.

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