Pam and Darold Minielly
Pam and Darold Minielly of Pasco celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at home on Sept. 16.
They were married on Sept. 16, 1967, at Riverview Baptist Church in Pasco.
Pam attended Modern Business College and worked at Central Washington State College, then as a bookkeeper and printer for the Lewiston School District, a school secretary at Riverview Baptist School. Then in 2000, Pam went to work as a cook for the Pasco School District, working at Edwin Markham and Maya Angelou elementary schools. She retired from the Pasco School District in 2010.
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Darold graduated from Central Washington State College in 1970. He taught woodshop in Clarkston, then as a draftsman, drawing pipe isometric drawings for Hanford reactors, for Benton County PUD in the electrical engineering department, and at the city of Richland in the electrical distribution engineering department for 27 years. He retired from the city of Richland in 2010.
They owned their own business, Sky’s the Limit Windsocks, for 25 years.
They are members of Riverview Baptist Church.
They have one son, Sean Minielly of Kennewick, and two grandchildren.
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