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Life Celebrations

December 1, 2012

Wilbourns celebrate three decades

— Charlie and Brenda Wilbourn celebrated their 30th anniversary on July 10. They were married at the First United Methodist Church in Muskogee. Both are graduates of Muskogee Central High School in 1951 and later graduates from Northeastern Oklahoma State University.

Their children include Randy and Kim Weeks, Leah and Greg Kitch, Keven Sue Clift, Linda Huigens, and Roger and Nina Wilbourn.

 They have a total of 14 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

Most of their adult lives were spent in Muskogee. 10 of these years living in St. Louis, Mo., where Charlie retired from Union Pacific Railroad after 28 years of service. Brenda is a retired social worker and has been associated with Muskogee Art Guild for several years. An anniversary trip is planned in the near future.

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