Dennis and Reeda Basala Anniversary


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Posted Online: Nov. 01, 2012, 11:51 am
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Dennis and Reeda Basala, Matherville, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner and recently returned from a fall foilage trip to the Northeast.
Reeda Webb, Rock Island, and Mr. Basala, Matherville, were married Oct. 27, 1962, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Matherville.
Their children are Joe (Sue) Basala, Bettendorf; Susan (Ted) Ziegler, Coal Valley; Ann (Kent) Stickler, Eldridge; Jennifer (Tom) Mack, Preemption; and Karen (Mark) Peckenschneider, Preemption. They have eight grandchildren.
Mr. Basala was employed at Modern Woodmen of America, I.H. Farmall and retired in 1997 from the Scott County Courthouse as a computer programmer/analyst .
Mrs. Basala was employed at Modern Woodmen of America, was a homemaker and retired from the American Heart Association in 1996.
They are members of St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Matherville.














 



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