Daniel and Karen Duyvejonck Anniversary


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Posted Online: Dec. 07, 2012, 12:24 pm
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Daniel and Karen Duyvejonck, Moline, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary.
Karen Schorpp and Mr. Duyvejonck, both of Moline, were married on Nov. 25, 1972, at St. Mary's, Moline.
Their children are Jeff and Alicia Duyvejonck, Davenport; and John and Carrie Zozzaro, Normal, Ill. They have seven grandchildren.
Mr. Duyvejonck has been employed as a tool designer at Swan Engineering and Machine Co. for 23 years.
Mrs. Duyvejonck has been employed as a paraprofessional at Jefferson Early Childhood Center for 21 years.












 




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