Holy Cross Scene of Tellier - Robson Vows
The marriage of Colette Tellier and Ed Robson, Took place at Holy Cross Church August 30 at 7 p.m. The double-ring ceremony was conducted by Father Ogter DeVent with Ray Norris at the organ, and Janet Antcliffe soloist.
Colette is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tellier, 4 Gower Road, Georgetown and is a former employee of Georgetown Cable T.V.
Ed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Robson, Churchill Road, Acton. He is a bookkeeper with Larkin Lumber Co., Malton.
The bride in a traditional styled jersey gown with lace overlay on bodice and cuffs was attended by matron-of-honor Mrs. R. Scarlett, Brampton and two bridesmaids Miss Lisa Tate and her sister Mrs. G. Roshier. The attendants wore blue and white jersey gowns and carried nosegays of daisies, cornflowers and baby's breath.
The groomsman was Dave Richardson and the ushers were Mike Broomhead and Bruce Davies.
At the reception for 100 in Sacred Heart Hall the bride's mother received in a multicolored gown, while the groom's mother wore brown and white. Both had orchid corsages. George Balasko as master of ceremonies proposed the toast to the bride and groom. The bride designed and made her own dress as did the bride's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Janissee, godparents of the bride came from Windsor for the wedding.
Showers were given by Mrs. Boissennault and daughters, Mrs. Rosalie Scarlett, Mrs. B. Spitzer, Mr. and Mrs. David Antcliffe, and Mr. and Mrs. G. Bolasko.
Mr. and Mrs Robson honeymooned in North Bay and are living on Ramber Drive, Brampton.