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Spegals celebrate 60 years
Eunice Lawrence and Harry (Pete) Spegal were married on Oct. 25, 1952.
After Pete’s service in the U.S. Army in Stettgar, Germany, they were married in Lawrenceberg, Ind.
After living in Latonia until 1958, they moved to the Lawrence Farm in Mt. Zion, where they still reside.
They have three daughters, Linda Baker of Mt. Zion, Kimberly and Kerry Curry of Dry Ridge and Karen Spegal of Crescent Springs. They also have six grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
They are active at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. “ We know God has blessed us through 60 years,” Eunice said.
Websters celebrate 70 years
Kathleen Lawrence and Clifton Webster were married in Georgetown by Bro. George Smith, the Clifton’s former pastor at Concord Baptist Church.
Shortly after their marriage, Clifton was called to serve in the U.S. Army. He served during WWII as an amphibious tank driver in the Leyte and Okiwana Invasion. Kathleen was employed as a telephone director.
When the war ended, they settled in Berry with Clifton employed by the L and N Railroad. This was where their three children were born.
In 1958, they moved to Knoxville in Pendleton County and are members of the Knoxville Baptist Church. This year, they both celebrated their 90th birthday.
Their children are Lawrence Clinton and Debby of York, Pa. Charles and Katsie Baird of Mt. Zion and Ricky of Erlanger. They have four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
They now reside in Colonial Gardens in Florence. They still enjoy their life together.