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White 68th Anniversary

Charles Lee White Sr. and Mary Vernice Twitty White of Salisbury, celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary on Oct. 1, 2016.  A special dinner was held in their honor.
The Whites were united in marriage Oct. 1, 1948. Both retired, they are members of Hall’s Chapel Primitive Baptist Church, where Charles is a Deacon and Mary is a Deaconess and Mother of the church.
The couple’s children are Juanita Boyd Hardy and husband Melvin of Silver Spring, Md., Apostle Charlene Kellam and husband Bishop J.C. Kellam of Salisbury, Pastor Carolyn Leonard and husband Moses of Salisbury, Barbara Jean Selmon and husband James of Houston, Tex., Charles Lee White, Jr., and wife Toni of Salisbury, Marie Carlos of Salisbury, Pastor Kathy White of Salisbury, and Rhonda Jackson of Houston, Tex.
The Whites also have 25 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren.
We the White Family, thank the Lord Jesus for 68 years of marriage, and we pray that our parents will live to see many, many, many, more. God bless you. We love you! Your Family!

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