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Jim and Betty Gay on their wedding day in March 1948. | Screen shot of a photo provided to the State Journal-Register by their daughter Jane Haase.
charlies angel April 1, 2014 at 01:35 pm
Touching story! I think most of the marriages from WWII era lasted long compared to these days. RIPRead More Mr. & Mrs. Gay...
art doyle April 2, 2014 at 06:19 am
Charles-I agree with you but marriage has been redefined. I think households worked better whenRead More roles were more established. We will not see those days again.
charlies angel April 2, 2014 at 12:19 pm
Dan, I also agree with you. The leave it to beaver days worked. God only knows what will happen inRead More the next 30 yrs. My parents were married for 51 yrs when my dad passed. I can't imagine being with my husband that long (joking).
Lauren Witter January 29, 2014 at 05:59 pm
Lauren Witter January 29, 2014 at 05:57 pm Katie was a friend to my daughter in Middle School. SheRead More was such a lively, fun girl. I enjoyed her very much and am so heartbroken that her life was too short. I cannot begin to express my sympathy to all of her family, but please know that Katie will have an eternal place in our hearts for the loving person that she was. We were blessed to know her, and she has left my daughter a better person than she was before she knew Katie.
Jerod Loeb, pictured with his wife Sherri and their daughters, Jennifer and Rebecca, renewed his wedding vows at the Buffalo Grove fire station. Credit: Loeb family
Randy F Gollay October 10, 2013 at 10:43 am
I never met the gentleman, wish I had. He was what we call a "mench"! He shared a love forRead More BG and respect for what I call Utopia. Individuals such as Jerod leave a legacy his family will always honor. The good die too young ...
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