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Jay and Linda Sade
Published: 7/7/2013 | Updated: 9/10/2014

Jay and Linda Sade of Quincy are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this weekend.

They were married July 6, 1963, at Vermont Street United Methodist Church.

Mrs. Sade is a daughter of the late Charles and Grace Wendling of rural Griggsville. Mr. Sade is a son of the late Henry and Mable Sade of Kansas City, Mo.

They have one son, Charles, and his wife, Lisa, and two grandchildren.

Mr. Sade is retired from WGEM-TV, where he worked as a broadcast engineer and chief engineer for 51 years.

Mrs. Sade is a retired insurance agent, having worked mostly with Paul Dodegge Insurance, Henry Wiegmann Insurance and Bybee Insurance. She is now employed part time at the Hy-Vee store on Broadway.

They are members of Vermont Street United Methodist Church. He is active in the Masonic Order, being a past master of Herman Lodge, Quincy Consistory and the York Rite, and is a 33rd Degree Mason. They both are members of Miriam Shrine 3, Illinois White Shrine of Jerusalem and the Alpha Chapter 109 Order of the Eastern Star, member bodies of the Masonic order, and have held leadership posts in both orders. She is past president of the Quincy Breakfast Optimist Club.

The Sades enjoy traveling to various parts of the United States and Canada with their many friends in the Masonic order.


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