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James Leo Bernard Seeley


Gender: Male


Spouse: Linda Diane Fisher

Date of Marriage: August 7, 1965

Marriage Place: Leominster, MA

Linda D. Fisher Bride Of James L.B. Seeley

LEOMINSTER – Miss Linda Diane Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas John Fisher of 584 Northfield Road, Lunenburg, and James Leo Bernard Seeley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seeley of 404 Main St., were united in marriage this morning at 11 o’clock in St. Leo’s Church. Rec. Donald E. DeBiletto officiated at the ceremony.

The bride was given in marriage by her father and attended by her maid-of honor, Miss Audrey Pimental of Taunton. Her bridesmaids were Miss Harriet Stearns of Boston, Mrs. Patricia Riikonen of New York and Nona Taylor of Lunenburg. Miss Tammy Fisher, sister of the bride, was flower girl.

Dennis Roy of Fitchburg performed the duties of best man, with ushering services by Bruno Manglarelli of Boston, Douglas Riikonen of New York, and George Garmon, also of New York. Timothy Fisher, brother of the bride, acted as ring bearer.

A gown of silk crepe was worn by the bride, fashioned with a fitted bodice adorned with Chantilly lace, scalloped neckline, bracelet length sleeves and an empire skirt featuring a detachable, chapel-length lace train. Her cathedral length mantilla of chiffon was bordered by matching lace. She carried a cascade of daisies, roses and English ivy.

After a dinner reception at the Wachusett Country Club in West Boylston, the couple left for Cape Cod. On their return they will reside at 1 Dayton St. in Worcester.

The bride is a graduate of Lunenburg High School, and the Chandler School for Women in Boston. The bridegroom is a graduate of Notre Dame High School, Fitchburg, and attends Worcester Junior College where he plans to continue his education as a history major.

Published in the Fitchburg Sentinel (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), Saturday August 7, 1965

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