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50th Wedding Anniversary: LeRoy and Janet Comnick

Former Grand Forks residents celebrate their 50th Anniversary in Woodbridge, Virginia, November 4, 2006. LeRoy and Janet Comnick were married November 4, 1956 in Slayton, Minnesota. The occasion was hosted by their four children, spouses, and sev...

Former Grand Forks residents celebrate their 50th Anniversary in Woodbridge, Virginia, November 4, 2006. LeRoy and Janet Comnick were married November 4, 1956 in Slayton, Minnesota.

The occasion was hosted by their four children, spouses, and seven grandchildren. The event consisted of family photos, renewal of vows, and a dinner cruise on the River Boat Odyssey, along the Potomac River.

The couple was honored by their, Son, Michael and wife, Jeanne, children, Ali and Tra of Orlando, Florida; Daughter, Debora and husband, Bill, children Jenny and Billy of Woodbridge, Virginia; Daughter, Cindy, of Las Vegas, Nevada and granddaughter, Kelly of Colorado Springs, Colorado; Daughter, Kim and husband, Bobby, children Ariel and Robby of Tucson, Arizona.

They currently reside in Prescott Valley, Arizona since 2000.

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