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Kenneth and Sharon Gilbert
Published: 5/5/2013 | Updated: 1/27/2015

Kenneth and Sharon Gilbert of 2539 Vermont marked their 25th wedding anniversary by renewing their wedding vows on the beach with friends on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, in Destin, Fla. A luncheon was held in the Gilberts' condo.

The couple is also celebrating with a trip to Niagara Falls to visit friends.

Mr. Gilbert and the former Sharon Bowen were married April 23, 1988, in Quincy.

Mrs. Gilbert is a daughter of Jim and Ada Bowen of Quincy. Mr. Gilbert is a son of the late Ruth and Howard Gilbert.

They are the parents of Kim (Gary) Genenbacher of Decatur, Greg (Sandy) Gilbert and Geoff (Cindy) Gilbert, all of Quincy, and D.J. (Nicki) Bridgman of Mendon. They have 12 grandchildren and one great-grandson.

Mr. Gilbert retired from Gardner Denver after 38 years of service and is employed part time by the Hansen-Spear Funeral Home.

Mrs. Gilbert has been self-employed with Mary Kay Cosmetics for 22 years.

They are members of Madison Park Christian Church, Elks, Westview Golf Course and the Quincy Racquet Club.


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