Saturday, November 20, 2010

Never Happier

Dunker Church

(photo by Marleen Brooks)

Susan, Rev John Schildt, Mannie 

(photo by Mary Berger)

(photo by Marleen Brooks)

(photo by Mary Berger)

Ike greets us with a shower of autumnal leaves

(photo by Dave Maher)

(photo by Mary Berger)

November 20th, 2010
Antietam National Battlefield

...just north of Sharpsburg,

Ranger Mannie


Eric Wittenberg said...

Congratulations, Mannie!!! Susan and I wish you and Susan nothing but the best. Man years of happiness to both of you!

Unknown said...

And a hearty congratulations! What a darling couple.

Anonymous said...

"Twas a beautiful day in every way"...wishing you both many happy, loving years together! Love from Cousin Sharon and Aunt Mary

Anonymous said...

Wonderful news and a perfect place for your wedding. Best wishes!

Larry Freiheit

Anonymous said...

Happy, happy news, Ranger Mannie! Noel

Anonymous said...

Great news, Mannie! And may you and Susan have many happy years together. Hope to see you soon.
Ron Dickey

original_rundis said...

Congratulations Mannie!!! What a handsome couple!


Joel Manuel said...

Ranger Mannie that is awesome, and what a setting! Congratulations!

Joel Manuel
Baton Rouge LA

Andy Hall said...


M55q said...

Congratulations! May both of you have many happy years together!

Richard said...

So appropriate in the Dunker church and you in your uniform.
May you grow in love and knowledge of each other every day.

Jeff said...


That humble church in a Maryland field was a more meaningful place to be wed than the finest reception hall in the land.

Best Wishes,


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful bride and a groom in uniform! I wish you both the best and much happiness. Congratulations!!

John said...

Congratulations and Best Wishes!

And Happy Thanksgiving, too!

CraigSpiel said...

Congratulations to you! I also like the shot of you two at the alter, and the armed ranger off to your right. Ahh, an armed man at a wedding, reminds my of my wedding ceremony. I was told not to be nervous, just an old WV custom...such an easily misled up north Michigan boy I was then!

All the best to you and your lovely bride!