Bobbie and Creed Dawson

Bobbie and Creed Dawson were married on March 18, 1961 at the home of Bobbie’s Aunt, Lola (George) Darwin with Creed’s brother, Gordon “Speck” and wife Jesse Mae Dawson also present.

Creed owned and operated Dawson Auto Supply and Small Engines until retirement in 1998. Bobbie worked at Sears, Grenoble Mills and Fieldcrest for many years while also taking care of their home and family.

They began their marriage and family in Fellowship United Methodist Church during it’s charter and were very active for almost 40 years and are now members of Randall’s Chapel United Methodist Church.

The Dawson’s have also been active in Eastern Star, Masonic Lodge, and Fraternal Order of Shrine of North America. Creed has held several offices during their marriage: Worthy Patron of Eastern Star, Master of the Lodge 2 terms, received 60 yr Masonic pin, Potentate of Cahaba Shrine Temple, President of Southeastern Dixie Shrine Association, received lifetime membership in Masonic Lodge and Shrine. Creed is also a WWII Veteran.

The Dawson's enjoy being outside, working in their yard and flower beds, having family and friends in their home, and spending quality time with their grandkids.

They also enjoy going places with their church friends and being involved as much as they can in their church activities. In honor of their anniversary they will be having a family celebration at the home of their daughter Stephanie on Saturday March 19.

Their children and grandchildren are excited to wish them a Happy 50th Anniversary and much love for many more.

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