Wayne and Cindy Bertholl were married in Holy Trinity Episcopal Church by Reverend Mark A. Boesser, on February 25th, 1961. (Courtesy Photo)

Wayne and Cindy Bertholl were married in Holy Trinity Episcopal Church by Reverend Mark A. Boesser, on February 25th, 1961. (Courtesy Photo)

Wayne and Cindy Bertholl celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

They were married in Holy Trinity Episcopal Church by the Rev. Mark A. Boesser, on Feb. 25, 1961.

Wayne and Cindy Bertholl are pleased to announce their 60th wedding anniversary celebration, and our life’s journey which began here in Juneau, under the official ceremony performed in the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church by the Rev. Mark A. Boesser, on Feb. 25, 1961.

Alaska has been our home (outside of military training, two years attending Oregon Technical Institute and two years in Micronesia), with most of our residency in Juneau, but also includes several years in Ketchikan and Anchorage while serving (and traveling all over this exciting state) different positions for my dealership employer (32-plus years).

Our three wonderful sons, Dwayne, Paul and Darian, guided us along until they, with three fantastic daughters-in-law, Kimberly, Krista and Tyanna, each had their own families to raise, and our family grew to nine outstanding grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

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