The family of Lowell and Naomi Dasher extends a cordial invitation to relatives and friends to share in an informal, drop-in reception in honor of their 50 years of marriage.
The event will be held on June 18 from 3-5 p.m. at the couple’s home at 5165 Highway 17 South, Guyton, directly in front of the new Marlow Elementary School.
Lowell and Naomi were married on June 16, 1961, at the Brooklet First Baptist Church. Rev. Kent Gilenwater officiated.
They are the parents of three children: Anthony Dasher (Cathy) of Athens, Elaine Dasher (John Palmer) of Woodstock and Holly Dasher of Athens. They have two grandchildren, Rebecca Palmer and Jack Palmer.
Lowell holds a M.A. degree in social studies from George Peabody College for Teachers, and Naomi holds an education specialist degree in school administration from Georgia Southern University. Lowell was a social studies teacher at Effingham County High School and retired after 35 years of service. Naomi served as a teacher and a principal of Marlow Elementary School and retired after 34 years of service. After retiring, she worked part-time for four years at the coordinator for the first-year teacher program. Lowell is currently serving on the board of directors for the Planters Rural Telephone Company.
Lowell and Naomi are members of the Powers Baptist Church, where Lowell is a deacon and coordinator of the senior adult program. Naomi assists with the program and teaches the senior adult Sunday school class.
Mr. and Mrs. Dasher request that gifts not be given but instead your presence and your blessings.