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Ed and Sally Sessler Celebrate 50 Years of Marriage   
Category:  Milestones & Celebrations - 50th & Over Anniversary Start Date:  11/25/2013
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Ed and Sally (Schiesser) Sessler will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on December 28, 2013.  Ed and Sally met as camp counselors at Bishop Foery Day Camp on Cross Lake and were married in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Liverpool.  Ed and Sally’s family includes their children, Tom (Shannon) Sessler and Catherine (John) Shamlian, their grandchildren, Leah Sessler and Emma Sessler, and their step-grandchildren, Jarrett (Brianna) Shamlian, Quinn Shamlian, Haley Shamlian, Wesley Shamlian and Rory Shamlian.  A small celebratory dinner is planned in the spring.
 
 

 

 
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