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Click To View a Description Written by Angie:

Stacy Torres
Becky Bross
Diana Rivera

Heidi Neuheisel
Samantha Osho
Susie Stirmel




Click To View a Description Written by Greg:

Jeff Stevenson
Dale Wolf
Bryon Wolf
Rick Rodriguez
Andrew Bross

 


Stacey Torres

I met Stacey in early grade school and we became much closer friends in 6th grade. We were the jokesters of our group of friends, or at least so we thought. From throwing jelly beans during class and being sent out in the hall in grade school; hiding out in the bathroom between lunches and carpooling in high school; and current day Skip-Bo matches and playing with Leandro, we have always had a strong bond that remains to this day.

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Becky Bross

It has been amazing to see my sister grow up before my eyes. She has a very loving personality and is a wealth of knowledge. (I think this “jeopardy knowledge” thing runs in the family?). Becky likes to make everyone happy and has a very broad base of interests including Ancient Egypt, clay sculptures, and guitars. While it is still taking me a while to adjust to my little sister reaching that age of adulthood, I am very much looking forward to her 21st birthday and showing her a good time (and looking out for her at the same time?). I am very fortunate to have her as a sister.

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Diana Rivera
I met Diana in early 2000 after she came back from living in Puerto Rico for a few years. We started working with each other at Guaranty Bank. Over the years, Diana and I have become closer friends and once she met Greg, became good friends with him as well (who wouldn’t?). With frequent requests for Diana’s delicious cooking, late night crashing at our place after a night out downtown, Milwaukee Dinner Club events, and countless haunted houses (Diana gets so scared she provides more entertainment than the monsters themselves), Diana is a great friend that will always be there for me.

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Heidi Neuheisel

I met Heidi the day after my birthday in 2003. While having breakfast at Cafe` at the Plaza with Diana and Greg, Heidi and I clicked (she can “click” with just about anyone). With her bubbly personality, she has to be one of the sweetest people I have ever met. While rollerblading along the lakefront (doing more talking than exercising?), taking slightly extended lunches because we couldn’t fit the entire conversation into 1 hour, and discussing wedding plans (Heidi is now engaged too!), Heidi’s friendship is a blessing that Greg and I cannot appreciate enough.

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Samantha Osho
I believe Samantha and I met in 1999 while riding the bus to UWM where we both attended college. Samantha introduced herself to me and we have been friends since. Since Samantha was in the nursing program, and I was in the accounting program, our paths did not cross too much at school, but every time we met on the bus we would talk a mile a minute. Eventually we began to make lunch plans in between classes and the rest is history. From doing regular lunches/dinners at the Riverbrook restaurant near campus, working together at Guaranty Bank, and Samantha showing me Vegas for my first time, I have always been able to confide in Samantha and talk about pretty much anything with her.

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Susie Stirmel
I also met Susie in grade school. Back then, Susie’s nickname had been established as “Susie-Bars” due to her skill on the playground “parallel bars” and getting her swing wrapped around the swing-set pole (with some help from “others” of course). Oddly enough, after high school is when Angie and Susie became a lot closer friends. Susie went on to be a Police Aide and Angie went to college full time but this is when the fun times really began. From driving all over the city taking pictures, playing the “Swedish Fish Game”, dying our hair on a regular basis, and enjoying my 21st birthday, even though I was the first one to turn 21, we have managed to stay good friends despite Sue’s 3rd shift (plus overtime) schedule.

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Jeff Stevenson
What can I say about Jeff? We’ve been best friends and “partners in crime” since we met in the 8th grade. Some of my first memories are getting kicked out of Mr. Stoner’s science class together and attending the school’s rec nights. When we moved on to high school, Jeff and I had two of the hottest cars in town – his 67’ Mustang and my 69’ Chevelle (although my Chevelle would always beat him in a race!). We even had a little fun in his Stang before either of us had our license (sorry mom!). Our adventures have continued into our adulthood, leaving us with memories of our infamous night at Eve, where Jeff woke up with a busted lip and I woke up with candle wax all over my clothes (please, don't ask). We’ve remained friends all these years and will continue to be buddies well into the future. I was his best man at his wedding, and now I’m happy to say he’s mine.


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Dale Wolf
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before and after mullet
Dale and I met in junior high and have remained friends ever since. Dale is now the family man, so we don’t hang out as much as we used to - but when we get together it’s like no time has passed. Back in the “rocken” 80’s, Dale was the first one of us to have long hair - and the funny thing is, he was the last one of us to cut it off! (see picture - what a sweet mullet!). I’ve spent many nights and summer days just hanging out at Dale’s old house on Nelson Street, playing Hacky Sack and enjoying Mother Nature and all she has to offer. I attended Dale’s wedding in the Bahamas and I’m proud to have him stand up in mine.


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Bryon Wolf
The other half of the “Wolf Brothers”, I met Bryon around the same time as Dale. Bryon is one of those guys that will do just about anything for a laugh and a little excitement. I recall flying over a few snow banks with him in Chuck’s van – I probably wouldn’t do it again, but it was sure fun at the time! Since Bryon is one of the only guys to remain single as long as I have, no visit to Beloit is complete without a stop at his place to hang out. As with Dale, I can recall many days and nights hanging out at their house on Nelson and Mark D’s basement enjoying all that life has to offer. I’m glad to have Bryon in my wedding…and who knows, maybe one day he’ll bite the bullet and I’ll attend his wedding.

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Rick Rodriguez
Rick is one of the only guys in the wedding that I didn’t grow up with, but met later on while living in Milwaukee. We met at a Young Professionals of Milwaukee event and have been good friends ever since. Affectionately known as “Mr. Milwaukee,” Rick really does know everyone in town and everything that’s going on. He runs the Milwaukee Dinner Club, which Angie and I attend regularly. I recall many fun nights dining on some of Milwaukee's best cuisine and following it up with some of Milwaukee's best cocktails! I've also enjoyed the Friday lunch trips that Rick and I have taken to the north side. I’m glad to have a good friend like Rick stand up in my wedding.

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Andrew Bross

If you hadn’t guessed by the last name, Andrew is Angie’s brother. I remember when Angie and I were first dating and I met this “little kid”. Well, he’s no longer a little kid and it’s been quite interesting watching him grow up before my eyes. Andrew has a love of technology (much like myself) and video games. It seems like every time he’s at my house he’s on my PlayStation 2 breaking some record or completing some game that I’m only half-way through. Andrew is a good kid with a bright future, and I’m proud to have him stand up for me.


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