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Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hyde, 60 years

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COLTON — Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hyde, 30 Crestwood Lane, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on July 13 at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Patricia E. and Roy Williams, Plessis.

Mr. Hyde, son of the late Clayton F. and Amy E. Crawford Hyde, and Mary Lou Sidmore, daughter of the late Leon S. and Kathryn Tyo Sidmore, were married on July 11, 1953, at Robinson Memorial Presbyterian Church, Syracuse. Honor attendants were Barbara Barrett, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., sister of the bride, and Daniel Hyde, Lagona Niguel, Calif., brother of the groom.

Mr. Hyde graduated in 1952 from Solvay High School. He worked for 30 years at Reynolds Aluminum, Massena, then became caretaker for Weller Mountain Fish and Game Preserve from 1988 to 1994. He worked for the town of Colton, retiring at the age of 77. Mr. Hyde served on the board of directors for Twin Rivers Federal Credit Union, was a member of RARIPACO Hunting Club, South Colton, and Cranberry Lake Fish and Game Club. He enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, all sports, especially race cars and local sporting events.

Mrs. Hyde attended 21 different schools growing up, receiving her general equivalency diploma in 1963. She worked for the Boston Store, Massena, and as a Title I reading aide for Massena-area schools. Mrs. Hyde served on the Higley Flow Association Board, and is a member of Clarkson Women’s Outing Club, the “Senior Six” hiking group and Adirondack Mountain Club. She enjoys outdoor sports, including camping, hiking, mountain climbing and skiing, and spending time with family.

The couple has two sons, Robert A., Massena, and Mark D. Webster; a daughter and son-in-law, Patricia E. and Roy Williams, Plessis; nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

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