BioA: Boushon, Mr./ Mrs. Don. (50th Anniv. 2004)
Surnames: Boushon, Bryant, Jacoby, Koffler, Gauger, Panzer, Bock, Plymesser, Langreck, Todd
----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Sat., Dec. 4, 2004
Donald and Valeria Boushon anniversary
Donald and Valeria Boushon of Chili celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 14, 2004, with immediate family, friends and neighbors at Dottie's Country Pub in Granton.
They were married Nov. 6, 1954, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Marshfield, with the Rev. T.G.M. Kruger officating.
Original wedding attendants were Donna (Lohrman) Bryant of Marshfield, Lois (Lohrman) Jacoby of Thiensville, Laura (Boushon) Koffler of Ogema, Frances (Boushon) Gauger of Spencer, Harry Boushon of Loyal, DuWayne Panzer of Marshfield, Louis Koffler of Ogema and Duane Bock of Medford.
Donald served in the Army Reserves for eight years. He worked at McNaul's Garage in Chili for 17 years and at Pluswood in Marshfield for 12 years. He retired from Marshfield Canning Company after 11 years of service.
Valeria worked at Weinbrenner Shoe Factory in Marshfield for 21 years and also worked seasonally at Figi's Inc.
They have five children, Kristine Boushon of Chili, Gary (Danielle) Boushon of Granton, Mike Boushon and Cheryl Boushon, both of Chili, and Lori (Gary) Plymesser of Neillsville. They also have eight grandchildren, Jennifer Todd; Megan Boushon; Ryan, Shawn and Crystal Langreck; Aaron, Amanda and Erleen Plymesser; and a great-granddaughter, Kylie Todd.
I am writing you in regards to the publishing of my parents 50th
Anniversary back in 2004. Everything seems correct up until it comes to
their children and grandchildren. Where it mentions their daughter Lori's
name (that is me) ... my husband's name is correctal spelled GAREY, not
(Gary) as it is listed ... also our daughter, the last of the grandchildren
and in the article, her name is missplelled as well. They have it spelt
(Erleen) Plymesser ... Her correct spelling should be Irlene Plymesser.
I don't know if you can correct it or not beings it was put in the paper
this way. My aunt who originally had this put in did not know about the
errors, and didn't even ask us if it was correct or not.
Just thought I'd let you know. Thanks.
Mrs. Lori (Boushon) Plymesser
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