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11-29-09 Celebrations

Daniel 40th Anniversary – – Gary Leonard Daniel and Delores K. Daniel of Rockwell are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary Nov. 30, 2009. They were married Nov. 30, 1969, at Union Lutheran Church in Salisbury. – Gary is a letter carrier for the Salisbury Post Office, and Delores is employed at the Food Lion corporate office. – Their children are Belinda D. Stafford of Puyallup, Wash., Felicia D. Daniel of Burbank, Calif., Alicia Karns and David of Beaverton, Oreg., Carejeanne D. McClary and Zac of Salisbury and the late Michael Leonard Daniel. They have two grandchildren, Jake and Katie Karns. – – Duggan – Pinheiro Engagement – – Jill Duggan of Salisbury is pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter, Laura Beth Duggan, to Ricardo Miguel Vieira Pinheiro, both of Charlotte. – Laura is the daughter of the late James Duggan and granddaughter of the late Jacquelyn OíConnor Reed of Amarillo, Texas, and the late Francine and Don Duggan of Pampa, Texas. A 1998 graduate of West Rowan High School, she earned her Bachelor degree in 2002 and Master of Science degree in 2004 in Speech and Hearing Sciences, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Laura is a speech-language pathologist for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. – Ricardo is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose J. Pinheiro of Newark, N.J., and the grandson of Julia Fortunato e Silva and the late Francisco Mendonca of Luanda, Angola, and Domitilia Maria and the late Jose Pinheiro da Fonseca of Pacoinhos, Portugal. A 1996 grad?uate of St. Benedictís Prep School in Newark, he graduated from St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Ricardo is employed in marketing with Bank of America. – The couple will wed March 6, 2010, at First United Methodist Church in Salisbury. – – Jackson 57th Anniversary – – Dr. W.T. Jackson and Pearlena M. Jackson of Salisbury celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary Nov. 22, 2009. – The Jacksons were married Nov. 22, 1952, at Black Rock Bap?tist Church in Chester, S.C., by the Rev. E.D. Bell. Rev. Jackson is pastor of Mace?donia Missionary Baptist Church, and Mrs. Jackson is retired. – Their children are William T. Jackson Jr., Shelia Groham, Gwendolyn Jackson, Dr. George Jackson, Albirda Beach and the Rev. Tommy Walker. They have 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

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