Larry and Sharon Anderson Anniversary


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Posted Online: April 18, 2013, 8:46 am
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Larry and Sharon Anderson, Hampton, will be honored at an open house on May 11, 2013, in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend from 2 to 4 p.m. at New Life Fellowship, 2345 19th St., Moline.
Sharon Howell and Mr. Anderson, both of Hampton, were married on Feb. 9, 1963, at East Moline Foursquare Church.
Their children are Denise Davis, Sylmar, Calif.; and Kim Anderson, Moline. They have five grandchildren.
Mr. Anderson was employed as an environmental health safety and regulatory manager at 3M Cordova, retiring in 2001 after 31 years.
Mrs. Anderson was employed as an administrative assistant at John Deere Co., WIU and H & R Block for nearly 30 years.
They are members of New Life Fellowship.
Because you have played such an important part in their lives, please join us in honoring our parents.














 



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