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Couple Marks 50 Years

Robert and Patsy Hercules of Wheeling celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, June 27.

They were united in marriage June 27, 1964 at Short Creek Methodist Church by the Rev. Charles Ellwood. Lee Kieger served as maid of honor and Paul Shaffer served as best man.

Patsy Hercules is the daughter of the late Dayton and Irene Comer of Sissonville, W.Va.

Robert Hercules is the son of the late Bob and Jane Hercules of Wheeling. He is retired from Titanium Metals Corp. (TIMET), where he worked for 45 years, serving in the shipping and scrap departments.

They have a daughter, Pam Camilletti, who resides in Follansbee with her husband, Rick Camilletti. They have two grandchildren.

A family dinner was held to celebrate the occasion.

Couple Marks 50 Years

Robert and Patsy Hercules of Wheeling celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, June 27.

They were united in marriage June 27, 1964 at Short Creek Methodist Church by the Rev. Charles Ellwood. Lee Kieger served as maid of honor and Paul Shaffer served as best man.

Patsy Hercules is the daughter of the late Dayton and Irene Comer of Sissonville, W.Va.

Robert Hercules is the son of the late Bob and Jane Hercules of Wheeling. He is retired from Titanium Metals Corp. (TIMET), where he worked for 45 years, serving in the shipping and scrap departments.

They have a daughter, Pam Camilletti, who resides in Follansbee with her husband, Rick Camilletti. They have two grandchildren.

A family dinner was held to celebrate the occasion.

Couple Marks 50 Years

Andrew and Sarah Semancik of Bridgeport celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, June 13.

They were united in marriage June 13, 1964 at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Wheeling.

Sarah Semancik is retired from Elder-Beerman.

Andrew Semancik is retired from Windsor Coal.

They have three children. The family includes Steve and his wife, Judy, of Chillicothe, Ohio; Susan and her husband, Chris Mattingly, of New Albany, Ohio, and Scott of Lansing. They have five grandchildren.

The Semanciks will celebrate their golden anniversary with their family during an upcoming trip to the beach.