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September 4, 2010

Borens celebrate 50th anniversary

Ada — KONAWA — Mike and Shirley Boren, Konawa, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 3, 2010, traveling in the northwest area of the United States. They will celebrate with their children and grandchildren at a later date.

The couple married Sept. 3, 1960, at the United Methodist Church, Tishomingo.

Mr. Boren worked for Streetman's IGA, Amis Construction and United States Postal Service where he began in 1963 and worked until he retired in 1997. He then began working for Duck Brothers as a truck driver until he retired in 2006. He is still "on call" with them.

Mrs. Boren worked at Michael Casual's one year and then went back to school. She received her degree in elementary education and taught at Konawa Elementary School 30 years. She retired in 2003 and began a new career in 2004 as a volunteer at Valley View Regional Hospital in Ada.

The couple has two children: Tammy Daniel and husband Brent, Konawa; and Monica Klima and husband Craig of Edmond. Mike and Shirley's grandchildren include Valeri Carter, Ada, Ashley Carter, Konawa, Riley Daniel, Konawa, Ali and Haylee Klima of Edmond. The Borens also have two Brazilian children: Eduardo "Du" Belini and wife Aline, and Ana Carolina Belini Moreno and husband Marcio Moreno. Mike and Shirley's Brazilian grandchildren include Ana Laura and Matheus Belini, and Maria Eduarda and Lucas Moreno, all of Sorocaba-SP, Brazil.

Mike and Shirley Boren are members of the Church of Christ in Konawa and enjoy time with family, friends, traveling and trailriding.

 

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