Dean and Diane Olson Anniversary


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Posted Online: Feb. 07, 2013, 8:14 am
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Dean and Diane Olson, 22236 Grange Road, Geneseo, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with a family dinner today at The Cellar. They have spent 40 years raising four children and teaching them the values growing up on a farm provides.
Diane Gradert and Mr. Olson, both of Geneseo, were married Feb. 10, 1973, at Grace United Methodist Church, Geneseo.
Their children are Chris and Dee Ann (Olson) Kuster, Geneseo; Deric Olson, Geneseo; Dusty and Melissa Olson and Devin Olson, all of Geneseo. They have four grandchildren.
Mr. Olson has been a farmer of Olson Acres for more than 40 years.
Mrs. Olson has been a seventh-grade English teacher at Geneseo Middle School for 19 years.
They are members of First Lutheran Church, Geneseo.
Showering them with greetings and well wishes would be very much appreciated: 22236 Grange Road, Geneseo, IL. 61254 or olsonacres@geneseo.net.















 



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