Allmons celebrating 65th
HANOVERTON — Janice and Thomas Allmon celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Sept. 9.
Janice Hirst, the daughter of the late James and Pauline Hirst, married Thomas Allmon, son of the late Allen and Wilda Allmon, on Sept. 9, 1955 at the Salineville Methodist Church with the Rev. Wayne Hull officiating.
Mrs. Evelyn Smith, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. James Smith, brother-in-law of the groom, was best man.
Thomas retired after 40 years service as the sales and production coordinator for Summitville Tile. He has served on Salineville Village Council and its Board of Public Affairs, and as president and trustee of the Melhorn Medical Building. He was a commissioned lay pastor of the Hanoverton and Bethesda Presbyterian Churches for 18 years.
Janice was employed at Carrollton Manufacturing in Carrollton and at the Citizens Bank and Sky Bank in Salineville for 18 years.
They are members of the Hanoverton and Bethesda Presbyterian Churches and support the Young Life and Gideon organizations.
Prior to moving to Hanoverton, the Allmons were active members of the Calvary United Presbyterian Church in Salineville where they both taught Sunday School, were in the choir and were in charge of the youth program for many years.
The Allmons have two children, Army Colonel Thomas (Sheree) Allmon of Richmond Hills, Georgia, and Lori (Mark) Hogue of Medina, Ohio; six grandchildren Dr. Allison Allmon (Josh) Dixon, Katlyn (Danny) Rabideau and Thomas Allmon, Lyndsey Hogue Cerepak, Lizabeth Hogue and Matthew Hogue, and four great-grandchildren Saige and Beckett Cerepak, and Findley and Maggie Dixon.