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Celebrating 65 years   
Category:  Milestones & Celebrations - 50th & Over Anniversary Start Date:  11/1/2013
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Glenn & Betty Brown of Phoenix recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.  They were married October 10, 1948 at the Methodist Church in Phoenix, NY.  Their children, Sue Hall, Pat Hulett, Bob Brown and Sandy Keith honored their parents at a reception at RFH'S Hideway in Phoenix.  Friends and family travelled from as far away as Ohio, Florida and Virginia.  Along with their four children and their spouses, they have 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.  Since Glenn's retirement in 1990 from the local plumber's union, Glenn and Betty have enjoyed travelling around the country, wintering in Mount Dora, Fl and spending time with their family
 
 

 

 
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