Shults 50th anniversary…

On Sept. 5, 1965, Margaret Jeanne Conrado and Lonnie K. Shults vowed to love, honor and cherish each other. They were wed in St. James Episcopal Church and have built their lives together in Meeker. Peggy’s and Lonnie’s union started out in a little yellow house in Powell Park. This is where they eventually built their beautiful log home and established strong roots for their children and grandchildren. They have continued to stay strong in their love and commitment to each other through the good times and bad. Numerous memories have been made in their home for their children, Todd and Amy, and their grandchildren Jay, Aimee, Tanner and Lauryn. They have reached a wonderful milestone and they are wished many more years of love and happiness.
On Sept. 5, 1965, Margaret Jeanne Conrado and Lonnie K. Shults vowed to love, honor and cherish each other. They were wed in St. James Episcopal Church and have built their lives together in Meeker. Peggy’s and Lonnie’s union started out in a little yellow house in Powell Park. This is where they eventually built their beautiful log home and established strong roots for their children and grandchildren. They have continued to stay strong in their love and commitment to each other through the good times and bad. Numerous memories have been made in their home for their children, Todd and Amy, and their grandchildren Jay, Aimee, Tanner and Lauryn. They have reached a wonderful milestone and they are wished many more years of love and happiness.
On Sept. 5, 1965, Margaret Jeanne Conrado and Lonnie K. Shults vowed to love, honor and cherish each other. They were wed in St. James Episcopal Church and have built their lives together in Meeker. Peggy’s and Lonnie’s union started out in a little yellow house in Powell Park. This is where they eventually built their beautiful log home and established strong roots for their children and grandchildren. They have continued to stay strong in their love and commitment to each other through the good times and bad. Numerous memories have been made in their home for their children, Todd and Amy, and their grandchildren Jay, Aimee, Tanner and Lauryn. They have reached a wonderful milestone and they are wished many more years of love and happiness.