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Waters 65th Anniversary

Muddy and Eloise Waters of Fayetteville celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary.

M G "Muddy" Waters Jr. and Eloise Waters were married December 17, 1947 in Brewton, Ala., at the home of her parents Manford & Velma Findley.

Muddy is the son of Annie Waters and Rev. M G Waters who performed the ceremony.

Muddy was employed by Echlin Inc. for 29 years. He started as a salesman in the Engine Parts Division and retired as national Marketing Manager, NAPA Echlin.

Muddy & Eloise have two daughters, Vickie Roberts and Gail Marsengill, 5 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. 21 family members celebrated at The Village Café.

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