Thomas and Patricia Hagloch Anniversary


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Posted Online: April 18, 2013, 8:46 am
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. and Patricia A. (Leonard) Hagloch would like for you to join them in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary on April 28. Their family is planning an open house celebration on Sunday, April 28, at the Aledo Depot from 2 to 4 p.m.
Tom and Pat were married at the Presbyterian church in Joy on April 28, 1963.
Tom has been employed by the Aledo School District, Wilson Foods of Monmouth and Jack and Jill.
Pat was employed with the Aledo Times Record.
They have two children, Tracy (Doug) Irwin and Chris (Dennise) Hagloch; and five grandchildren, Megan (Rick) Martin, Rachel (Trenton) Whitehall, Shelby and Seth Irwin and Cody Hagloch.














 



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