Ron and Carolyn Anderson Anniversary


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Posted Online: Feb. 28, 2013, 9:30 am
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Ron and Carolyn Anderson, East Moline, celebrated their 50th anniversary with a family dinner on Feb. 10.
On Saturday, Feb. 16, the day of their anniversary, they celebrated at the Fireside Theater in Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin. The performance was "Sizzlin '60s."
The couple was married Feb. 16, 1963, at St. Philomeno Catholic Church, Glenburn, N.D.
Carolyn grew up in the Glenburn area. Ron was in the Air Force at Minot, N.D. He was from Moline and they have lived in Moline for 48 years.
They have three children, James (Lisa), Omaha, Neb.; Sharon, Dubuque, Iowa; and Douglas (Heather), Coal Valley.They have five grandchildren, Joshua and Tyler Zurn, Katie, Emma and Maddie Anderson.












 



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