NORMAN — Ernest “Red” Webb and Loene Webb, of Noble, recently celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary.
The couple exchanged wedding vows April 23, 1949, and lived for many years in Norman before moving to Noble in the mid 1970s.
Red was a “peddler” and sold for Sunshine, Rainbo and lastly for Pepperidge Farm. He retired from selling for Pepperidge Farm and the University of Oklahoma transit, where he drove for Metro transit, and he also retired from the postal training center (NCED), where he was a driver.
Loene worked at and retired from Safeway.
Red and Loene love to spend time outside, mostly in their garden, the flower beds or at the nearest fishing hole. They also enjoy spending time with their extended families, including many children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.
The couple’s children include daughter, Sue and her husband Jim Warnke of Elk City; son, Eddie and his wife Michelle of Nevada; son, David and his wife Jeanne of Norman; and daughter, Jeannie and her husband Gary of Noble. They also have many grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.