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Lifestyles - Dec. 18, 2013

<p><strong>Coleman</strong></p><p>Rudolph and Dean Coleman of Van Buren will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary with a reception Dec. 28 in the dining room at Van Buren First Assembly of God, 1014 Fayetteville Road. The couple request no gifts. They were married Dec. 31, 1948, at Van Buren First Assembly of God by the late Rev. J.C. Bonds. Mrs. Coleman is the former Mary Odean Isam and is retired from the law firm of Bethell, Callaway, Robertson &amp; Beasley. Mr. Coleman is retired from Thermatru and served in the armed forces during World War II in the Philippines and in Germany. They have two children, Velma Dean Huckey of Alma and Cheryl Walters of Van Buren, five grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.</p>

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Rudolph and Dean Coleman of Van Buren will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary with a reception Dec. 28 in the dining room at Van Buren First Assembly of God, 1014 Fayetteville Road. The couple request no gifts. They were married Dec. 31, 1948, at Van Buren First Assembly of God by the late Rev. J.C. Bonds. Mrs. Coleman is the former Mary Odean Isam and is retired from the law firm of Bethell, Callaway, Robertson & Beasley. Mr. Coleman is retired from Thermatru and served in the armed forces during World War II in the Philippines and in Germany. They have two children, Velma Dean Huckey of Alma and Cheryl Walters of Van Buren, five grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

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