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Don and Dee Winget

Posted: Jul. 5, 2014 4:42 pm Updated: Aug. 16, 2014 5:15 pm

Don and Dee Winget of 2835 St. Anthony Road will mark their 50th wedding anniversary with a family celebration at a later date.

The couple was married June 27, 1964, in St. John Catholic Church in Omaha, Neb.

Mrs. Winget, the former Diana "Dee" Carson, is a daughter of the late Theo and Alma Claussen Carson of Omaha. Mr. Winget is a son of the late Melvin and Dorothy Vogel Winget.

They are the parents of Steve (fiancee Alisa First) of Prior Lake, Minn., Christine (David) Anderson of Quincy, Eric (Ivette) of Tucson, Ariz., and Greg (Jessica) of Mesa, Ariz. They have six grandchildren and a great-grandson.

Mr. Winget retired in 2007 from Harris Corp., Broadcast Division, with 34 years in international order management, and is employed part time by Adams Electric Co-op. He plays guitar with the York Street Jazz and Reminiscence bands and also enjoys playing golf.

Mrs. Winget retired from the Camp Point School District in 2007. She is a master gardener, volunteers for Ladies of Charity and plays in the Voyager Ladies Golf League.

The Wingets are members of St. Francis Catholic Church and have worked in Yellowstone National Park. They enjoy traveling, especially to visit their children and grandchildren.

The couple met through mutual friends in Omaha in 1962.

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