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August 25, 2013

Barbers set to celebrate diamond anniversary

Charles and Claudene Barber this week will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.

They were married in Weatherford on Aug. 28, 1953. They moved to Oklahoma City in 1973 where, Charles worked for Big Three Industries until he retired in 1992.

Claudene is the daughter of Claude and Matilda Mullins, of Flo, Texas. Charles is the son of Bert and Edith Barber, of Weatherford.

Children of the Barbers are daughter Judy and son-in-law Phil Takagi, of Mannford, Okla.; daughter Nancy Charlene Young and the late Lynn Thomas Young Jr., of Yukon, Okla.; daughter Janet Gaylynn and son-in-law Frank Snolis, of Warr Acres, Okla.; and daughter-in-law Elizabeth Barber and the late Charles “Chuck” Barber Jr., of Mustang, Okla.

They have 12 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

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