Couple celebrates 60th

William and Doris Lewis

ESCANABA — On Aug. 3, 1957, at 9 a.m. in the morning at St. Patricks Church, Doris Borman, daugher of Harry and Evelyn Borman, and William Lewis, son of Math and Virginia Lewis were married by Father Charles Strelick, who officiated at the ceremony.

Carol Borman Thoney was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Joyce Borman Heynssens, and Donna Berthiaume Schneider. Linda Borman Dalgord was the flower girl, and Richard Lewis was the ring bearer. Jim Ottersmen was the best men, with Bertal Eckman, and Jim Greis as the groomsmen. Ushers were James Nault, and Donald Lewis.

A breakfast was held at the Chicken Shack, with the reception being held at the U.C.T. Club, where Mary Jane Bjorman served the cake, Rosie DeGroot poured, and Darlene Borman Perlich did the guest book.

Doris worked at Red Owl, Shoe Loft, and Miracle Market, before retiring from the City of Escanaba where she worked for 26 years. Bill worked at Red Owl, and Clare Bedding. He served his country in the 312th Engineer Company honorably with pridein the U.S. Army Reserves.

Doris and Bill have taken several trips, but love their cabin on the Escanaba River, and their camp at Northland for hunting. Both have been very active at St. Anne’s Parish. They thank God for giving them a good life and friends.