Karla Kay Seeley


Gender: Female


Spouse: Dennis C. Hale

Date of Marriage: February 14, 1965

Marriage Place: Nashville, MI


NASHVILLE  In a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14 in the Nashville Evangelical United Brethren church, Miss Karla Kay Seeley became the bride of Dennis C. Hale of Charlotte.  The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Murray Seeley and the late Mr. Seeley and Mr. Hale’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hale of Charlotte.

The ceremony was performed at 2:30 o’clock by the Rev. Clyde C. Gibson, a retired EUB minister.  The bride was given in marriage by her cousin, Richard Seeley of Battle Creek.  She wore a brocade gown, the fitted bodice designed with a round neckline and long sleeves.  A train fell from a bow at the center of the back of the bell-shaped skirt.  A tiara of sequins and beads held the shoulder length veil of illusion and she carried red roses on a white Bible.

Miss Lorraine Whaley of Lansing served her sister as maid of honor.  Darryl Hale of Charlotte, brother of the groom, was the best man and seating the guests were Bruce Kiplinger and George Gonser, both of Charlotte.

Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors.

The bride was graduated from Nashville High School in 1962, attended Michigan State University and is employed by Michigan Bell Telephone Co. in Lansing.  The groom, a 1963 graduate of Charlotte High School, is employed by the Aluminum Extrusions in Charlotte.

Following a honeymoon the couple will reside at 215 ½ W. Harris Ave., Charlotte.

Published in the Battle Creek Enquirer (Battle Creek, Michigan) Thursday February 18, 1965