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Sandy and Judy 50th Wedding Anniversary


This love story started

when Sandy McLellan met up with Judy Young at the Steed Business College, Tennessee


In 1964 Sandy and Judy

decided to get hitched


At this time they

welcomed their first born into the world.

Welcome Charles

McLellan


In 1965 they decided to

move their small fa mily to Rochester, NY


In 1966 whilst the

rest of the world was rejoicing in England winning the World Cup, Sandy and Judy decided to add to their fa mily.

Welcome Bill McLellan


During the next year

Sandy and Judy decided that they wanted to give the boys a sister and along ca me Sonia in 1967


Sandy and Judy

wanted to add to their ever growing fa mily and in 1968 along ca me Johnny


After taking a short

break they added to their brood by welcoming the youngest Tracy in 1970


All the kids started to

grow up


Everyone thought that

this was the end of the McLellan children, but in 2010 Sandy and Judy surprised everyone and introduced the last member of the fa mily, Gracie


As the children grew and

flew the nest they settled and decided to make the fa mily grow...


Whilst all has been plain

sailing there was tragedy around the corner...

In 2014 Sandy lost a true and trusted friend...


Someone who had always been there for him‌ Someone that could always take the pressure of him after a hard day at work...


His beloved recliner


And here we are at the

big 50


I hope that you have

enjoyed a trip down memory lane. It has been a pleasure putting it together.


Being married for 50 years means a lot

of blood, sweat, and tears have gone into your marriage. Couples who have been there and done that can leave a legacy behind. Your legacy are your children and grandchildren that continue to grow and thrive because of the support that you have provided them over the years. Each of them are better people for the love and stability that you have given each and every one of them. I a m sure that each of us that have shared this special time with you wish that we have a lifetime together as happy as yours. “Love begins in a moment, grows over time, and lasts for eternity.� - Author Unknown


I will leave you with a

prayer:


May God, who has given you fifty years together, of his infinite goodness and mercy continue to bless you and your union. May the Father who created you, the Son who redeems you, and the Holy Spirit who sanctifies you, preserve and keep you all your days. The Lord with his favor look upon you, and so fill you with all spiritual benediction and grace; that you may so please him in this life, that in the world to come you may have life everlasting. Amen.


Sandy & Judy