Cleburne Times-Review, Cleburne, TX

Features / Living

September 23, 2012

Holcomb, Pohlmann tie the knot

 

Michele Holcomb and Robert Pohlmann, both of Wichita Falls, Texas, were joined in marriage on Sept. 4, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nev.

The bride the daughter of Bernice Holcomb of Wichita Falls, Texas, and the late James Holcomb.

The groom is the son of Rosemary Pohlmann of Wichita Falls, Texas, and the late Harold Pohlmann.

The bride was given away by her son, Matthew Holcomb. She wore a white tea-length halter neck gown with intricate beading detail work wrapping around the neck and bodice. Her veil was shoulder-length with matched beading detail along the edges. She carried a bouquet of midnight red roses with matching red daisies, callalilies and dahlias.

Matron of honor was Bernice Holcomb, mother of the bride, and best man was Rosemary Pohlmann, mother of the groom.

A reception was held at the Grotto Italian restaurant in Las Vegas immediately after the wedding. There was another reception held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Josh Schacter in Wichita Falls, Texas.

A rehearsal dinner was held at the Hoffbrauhause in Las Vegas, Nev.

Out-of-town guests attending the wedding came from Seattle, Wash., Anaheim, Calif., Fort Worth, Texas, and Alvarado, Texas.

The bride is a 1993 graduate of Alvarado High School in Alvarado, Texas, and a 2005 graduate of the University of Texas at Tyler in Tyler, Texas. She also received a degree in physician assistant studies from the University of North Texas Health-Science School of Medicine in Fort Worth in 2009. She is employed as an orthopaedic and sports medicine and emergency room physician assistant in Wichita Falls.

The groom is a 1985 graduate of Burkburnett High School in Burkburnett, Texas, and a 1989 graduate of Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. He is employed by Dyncorp in Wichita Falls.

The couple will make their home in Wichita Falls.

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