Mary E. Becker and James D. Becker were married at the Log Chapel of Chapel by the Lake in Juneau on March 27, 1971.

Mary E. Becker and James D. Becker were married at the Log Chapel of Chapel by the Lake in Juneau on March 27, 1971.

Beckers celebrate 50th anniversary

They were married at the Log Chapel of Chapel by the Lake in Juneau on March 27, 1971.

Mary E. Becker (McLawhon) and James D. Becker celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on March 27, 2021. Jim and Mary were married at the Log Chapel of Chapel by the Lake in Juneau on March 27, 1971.

The Beckers look forward to celebrating with friends and family at a later time due to COVID-19. Jim and Mary are parents to: Christine Mackey (John) of Pittsburgh, Rob Becker (Tisa) of Juneau, Carolyn Kubish of Sacramento, and Kristy Germain (Greg) of Juneau. They are the proud grandparents of seven: Luke, Ethan, Reid, James, Bennett, Madeline, and Dori.

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