Betty and Victor Tracey Anniversary


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Posted Online: Jan. 09, 2013, 1:09 pm
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Betty and Victor Tracey, Geneseo, were married in Savanna on Jan. 11, 1953.
The couple was honored on their 60th wedding anniversary with a family celebration held at The Cellar Restaurant in Geneseo. The event was hosted by their children. Betty also celebrated her 80th birthday.
Mr. Tracey is a Korean War veteran and is retired from the Rock Island Arsenal. Mrs. Tracey is a homemaker and retired bookkeeper.
The Traceys have four children and spouses, nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
They are both avid sports fan, especially the Geneseo Green Machine.














 



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