George and Beulah Burdick Anniversary


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Posted Online: Nov. 20, 2012, 10:59 am
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George and Beulah "Boots" Burdick, East Moline, will be honored at an open house and cake reception on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012, in observance of their 60th wedding anniversary.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend from 2 to 4 p.m. at Homewood Evangelical Free Church, Moline.
Beulah Pankey and Mr. Burdick were married Nov. 17, 1952, at Watertown Baptist Church, East Moline.
Their children are Georgia and Larry Cullinson, Hillsdale; Chuck and Emily Burdick, East Moline; and Connie and Chuck Frenell, Barstow. They have 11 grandchildren; six stepgrandchildren; five great-grandchildren and nine stepgreat-grandchildren.
Mr. Burdick was employed as a weapon/specialist manager at the Rock Island Arsenal, retiring Aug. 3, 1987, after 36 years.
Mrs. Burdick is working at home.
They are members of Homewood Evangelical Free.












 



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