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Norman and Mary Clark of Brooksville celebrate 61st anniversary

Norman and Mary Clark of Brooksville recently celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary. They were married Aug. 28, 1950, in Buena Vista, Ohio, near Lancaster.

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Norman and Mary Clark of Brooksville recently celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary. They were married Aug. 28, 1950, in Buena Vista, Ohio, near Lancaster.

The Clarks

Norman and Mary Clark of Brooksville recently celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary. They were married Aug. 28, 1950, in Buena Vista, Ohio, near Lancaster.

Mr. Clark served with the Navy in 1947. The couple lived in Milwaukee for 10 years, then moved with their six children to Largo, where Mr. Clark was in real estate sales and development. In November 1991, the couple retired to Garmish Hills near Brooksville. They attend Brooksville Christian Church.

The Clarks celebrated their anniversary at home with all of their children, several grandchildren and their two great-grandchildren.

Their six children are Janet Clark Kato of Tampa, Douglas Clark of Largo, Gregory Clark of Clearwater, Mike Clark and Kimberly Clark Norris of Hernando Beach and Bret Clark of Englewood.

They have 14 grandchildren and two great-grandsons.

Norman and Mary Clark of Brooksville celebrate 61st anniversary 09/17/11 [Last modified: Saturday, September 17, 2011 9:54am]
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