Miss Pamela Jean Klekar and Mr. Cory
Aaron Burns were united in marriage on Saturday, November
11, 2006 at four o’clock in the afternoon at New Life Bible
Fellowship Church in Dallas, Texas. The traditional double
ring ceremony was officiated by the Reverend Dave
Stephenson. Music was provided by the Arpeggio String
Quartet. Following the ceremony, the bride’s mother hosted a
dinner and dance reception at The Atrium at Walnut Glen. On
the eve of the wedding, the groom’s parents hosted a dinner
at the Blue Mesa in Addison.
The bride is the daughter of Janet Klekar
of Missouri City and Dennis Klekar of League City. She is
the granddaughter of Mrs. Leatrice Scholtz and the late Mr.
Weldon Scholtz of LaGrange, Texas and Mrs. Emily Klekar and
the late Mr. Paul Klekar of Shiner, Texas. The groom is the
son of Cris and Nancy Burns of Red Oak, Texas. He is the
grandson of Mrs. Pauline Mong and the late Mr. Robert Mong
of Dallas, Texas and Mrs. Jeanne Burns and the late Mr.
Richard Burns of Duncanville, Texas.
Escorted by her brother, Mr. Todd Klekar,
the bride selected an exquisite gown designed by Casablanca.
The ivory gown featured a strapless sweetheart neckline and
a basque waist, decorated with elaborate silver beadwork.
Multi-pleats at the front, sides and back gave fullness to
the skirt. Elaborate vines and flowers were hand-embroidered
and beaded all along the semi-cathedral train.
Mrs. Elizabeth Pollard of McKinney, Texas
served her friend as Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Miss
Natalie Burns, sister of the groom, of Dallas, Texas and
Miss Andrea Scholtz, cousin of the bride, of College
Station, Texas. The attendants wore elegant gowns designed
by Dessy. The strapless, A-line gowns were burgundy satin
with a pale pink sash at the waist that tied in the back and
draped to the floor.
Mr. Josh Pollard of McKinney, Texas
served his friend as Best Man. Groomsmen were Mr. Todd
Klekar, brother of the bride, of Missouri City, Texas and
Mr. Tiago Salies, friend of the groom, of Missouri City,
Ushers were Mr. Jared Harp of Colorado
Springs, Colorado, Mr. Mike Noble of Grapevine, Texas and
Mr. Richard Scholtz of Austin, Texas.
The bride is a 2000 graduate of Elkins High School in
Missouri City, Texas. She graduated summa cum laude in 2004
from the University of Houston with a double major in
Political Science and French. She is currently employed by
the North Central Texas Council of Governments as a Public
Outreach Specialist in Arlington, Texas. The groom is a 1998
graduate of Red Oak High School. He graduated magna cum
laude in 2002 from Oklahoma State University with a degree
in Mechanical Engineering. He is currently employed by CB&I-TPA
as a mechanical engineer in Richardson, Texas. Following
their honeymoon in Jamaica, Pamela and Cory will reside in