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John and Barbara Lacey 50th Wedding Anniversary   
Category:  Milestones & Celebrations - 50th & Over Anniversary Start Date:  6/1/2014
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On June 6, 2014, John and Barbara Lacey celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with their five children: Michael, Mark, Stephen, John, and Kathleen; their three daughter-in-laws and one son-in-law: Beth, Darrian and Kristan and
James; and their 12 grandchildren: Wade, Emily, Patrick, Jonah, Daniel,
Mairead, Finn, Bella, Roan, Clare, Marian, and Fiona. On June,
7th, 2014 John and Barbara will renew their vows at St. Francis Church
in Marcellus, NY with family and friends. As faithful and active
parishioners, they are Eucharistic ministers at church and to home-bound
parishioners. CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE ENTIRE FAMILY,
WE LOVE YOU MOM AND DAD.
 
 

 

 
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