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Alberts celebrate 50th anniversary


Alberts celebrate 50th anniversary
Paul and Rosemary Albert


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Paul and Rosemary Albert celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary May 5, 2012.

The celebration began with a renewal of their vows during the 5 p.m. Mass in the St. Jerome Catholic Church with the Rev. John Flanagan presiding. After Mass, Rosemary and Paul left the church in a 1924 Rolls Royce driven by Dr. Morris Franklin. A reception, dinner, and dance immediately followed at the Republic Golf Club, with 125 guests in attendance.

Paul and Rosemary have three children and their spouses, Joyce and John Horner, Sherry and Mike Trainor, and Charles and Shannon Albert; and five grandchildren, Jacquelyn and Sheldon Leonard, Lauren Horner, Kyle Trainor, and Charles Albert and Christopher Albert. Rosemary’s mother, Lucille Kindla, was among the guests, along with many of their attendants.

Rosemary, her daughters, granddaughters, and daughter-in-law wore shades of lavender dresses, and Paul, his son, sons-in-law, and grandsons wore lavender ties as a tribute to the color of the wedding. Rosemary’s wedding dress, veil, and bouquet, along with Paul’s boots, were prominently displayed.
 

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