Vivian Boyack And Alice ‘Nonie’ Dubes Marry In Iowa After 72 Years Together
As The Quad City Times is reporting, the pair exchanged vows in front of a small group of family members and close friends at Davenport’s First Christian Church.
Boyack, 91, and Dubes, 90, held hands during the intimate ceremony, during which Rev. Linda Hunsaker reportedly told the couple, “This is a celebration of something that should have happened a very long time ago.”
Friend Jerry Yeast agreed, telling the Times: “I’ve known these two women all my life, and I can tell you, they are special. This is a very special day for all of us.”
The women met in their hometown of Yale, Iowa before moving to Davenport in 1947, where Boyack taught school and Dubes did payroll work, according to the Associated Press.
GAY50 – Congrats, indeed ladies! 72 years together and finally able to wed, this is an example for all people, straight, gay, bi, it doesn’t matter… love is love and these ladies exemplify what “for better or worse, richer or poorer, in sickness and in health means.”
Unfortunately for the American people, we have government hypocrites like Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, trying to block marriage for many citizens. Pam Bondi, who has been married THREE times, would tell these two women that they shouldn’t have the same rights as she does. You just can’t make this kind of crazy up!