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    Bill and Sandy Colee, 55th Anniversary

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    Bill and Sandy Colee, 55th Anniversary

ANNIVERSARY

Bill and Sandy Colee

55th Anniversary

Bill and Sandy Colee, of Spirit Lake, were married June 22, 1963, in Canoga Park, Calif.

We will be celebrating 55 years of marriage. We lived in Canoga Park for the first 10 years of marriage.

In 1973, we moved to Coeur d’Alene, where we owned Taco John’s for 19 years. Sandy worked for the Post Falls School District for 16 years.

In 1992, we moved to Palmer, Alaska, and lived there for 22 years. Bill worked for Food Services of America as a sales representative and Sandy worked for North Star Residential Treatment.

Sandy worked with children for more than 40 years. Bill dearly enjoyed fishing and hunting while in Alaska. In 2014, we moved back to Spirit Lake and retired.

Their daughter, Kimberlee, is married to Ross Kimball. Son Randy is married to Shona Merwin and both families live in Rathdrum. Their son, Russ, is married to Lorie Leduc and lives in Wasilla, Alaska. They have nine grandchildren and three great-grandsons.

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