Charles and Priscilla VanderLinden Anniversary

Posted Online: Jan. 22, 2013, 12:18 pm
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Charles and Priscilla VanderLinden, Moline, will celebrate their 60th anniversary with a family dinner.
Priscilla Lage, Moline, and Mr. VanderLinden, Rock Island, were married Jan. 24, 1953, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Moline.
Their children are Chuck (Barb), Rock Island; David (Lori), Moline; Jon (Melissa), Moline; and Steve (Sherry), Moline. Their four grandchildren are Drew (Amanda), Alexander, Ark.; Adam, Moline; Elliott (Dory), Southern Pines, N.C.; and Oliver, Clifton, Colo.
Mr. VanderLinden was the owner of Home Comfort Company, retiring in December 2011 after 50 years.
Mrs. VanderLinden was employed at Epic Food for 20 years and Illini Hospital for six years, retiring in 2000.


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1964 -- 50 years ago: Gates of the 110th annual Mercer County Fair swing open tonight at Aledo for a full week of day and night activity. More that $36,000 will be paid in premiums and race purses.
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