60 years: Clem and Mary C. LangeSeptember 30, 2020
Clem and Mary C. Lange of Huntingburg are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.
Clem Lange and Mary Catherine Fuhs were married Oct. 6, 1960, at Precious Blood Catholic Church in Jasper. Rev. Ralph Andress officiated.
Maid of honor was Mary Ann Lange/Treat, and bridesmaids were Liseta Buechler, Ruth Buechler and Dorothy Lange. Best man was Charles Fuhs, and groomsmen were Earl Fuhs, and Ray and Arnold Lange.
Clem and Mary Lange are the parents of Glenn (Susan) Lange, Joey (Lynn) Lange and Brian (Shelly) Lange, all of Ferdinand, and Sheila (Paul) Wendholt of Huntingburg. They have nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Mary retired from bookkeeping at Best Chairs. She also owned and operated House of Yesteryear. Clem founded and owned Best Chairs (now Best Home Furnishings) and is now retired and sits on the company board.
Through the years, Clem restored and collected antique cars. He always made sure they were as originally built whenever it was possible. Mary enjoys playing cards and taking care of her many tropical plants.
The family will celebrate Sunday, Oct. 4, at their home.
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