Overcash 50th Anniversary

  • Posted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 9:32 a.m.

Walter Stephen “Steve” Overcash Sr. and Betsy Hannold Overcash of Salisbury are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary today, Jan. 27, 2013. They were married Jan. 27, 1963, in York, S.C., by Mr. Ernest H. Nunn. Steve is the son of the late Leroy and Bernice Overcash, and Betsy is the daughter of the late Richard and Louise Hannold.

Steve retired in September 2006 after 30 years as CEO of Independent Linen Company of Salisbury. Betsy worked as a church secretary at Derita Baptist Church, Charlotte; at Stallings Baptist Church, Salisbury; and as a medical receptionist.

They have four children: Walter Stephen Jr. (Jackie) of Salisbury; David Brian of Charlotte; Katherine ÒSissyÓ Elizabeth of Concord; and Matthew Elliott Sr. (Kristen) of Faith. They have seven grandchildren. Their children honored them with a reception in the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist Church of Salisbury on Jan. 26, 2013.

ÒWe feel blessed that our 50-year marriage has been enriched by all of those who have touched our lives during that time. To our children, grandchildren, family and friends, we say “Thank you.”

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