Kelleys celebrate 50th anniversary

  • Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Above, The Kelleys toast the future on their wedding day.

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David and Sandra Kelley celebrated 50 years of marriage on June 15, 2012. The celebration was hosted by their children Keith and Valerie Kelley and Paul and Kim Blackburn. The couple met when they were both in the Navy and married in Elkton, Maryland, in a double ceremony with good friends. David T. Kelley retired from the United States Navy as a Master Chief Petty Officer after serving 30 years. He retired from the United States Postal Service after 20 years Mrs. Kelley is the former Sandra Friday of Eutaw, Alabama. She worked at the Bank of Hawaii, First State Bank of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and retired from civil service after 24 years. The Kelley’s children with their children’s spouses and children are: D. Keith Kelley (and Valerie Truelove-Kelley); Kimberly Kelley Blackburn (and Paul Blackburn); Grandchildren: Wesley Paul Blackburn and William Ty Blackburn.

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