Mike and Rochelle Plenkovich are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married on August 11th, 1962 in Seattle, and moved to Bellingham in 1973. They have been blessed with three married children James (Krisinda), David (Stephanie), Becky (Darin Coder), and six wonderful grandchildren. Mike retired in 1998 as Sr. Vice President and CFO at Whatcom Medical Bureau, and Rochelle enjoyed being a homemaker and stay-at-home Mom. The couple is will be honored at a reception hosted by their children at Northlake Community Church. They wish to acknowledge and express their thanks to family and friends for their love and support over the years. They attribute the success of their marriage to an enduring faith, a loving family, and Gods amazing grace.
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