Paul and Linda Herrell of Aid will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Aug. 6.

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Published 12:00am Sunday, July 31, 2011

They were married Aug. 6, 1961 at the home of the Rev. Norman Carrico in Kitts Hill.

Mr. Herrell is a Lawrence County commissioner. Mrs. Herrell is deputy registrar for the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

They are the parents of Tony (and Deana) Herrell and Melanie (and Wayne) Taylor, all of Aid.

They have five granddaughters, Sara (and J.D.) Gore, Sasha (and Brandon Fields), Jessica (and Chuck) Wheeler, Meghan Herrell and Mckayla Herrell, all of Aid.

They also have six great grandchildren, Brynlie and Brandt Gore, Lydia Fields, and Lexi, Bradley and Brian Wheeler, all of Aid.

Friends and family are invited to celebrate with the couple at their home at 6 p.m. Aug. 6. No gifts, please.

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