Cumberland Times-News


June 2, 2013

Carolyn, Donald Bulger mark golden anniversary


The couple’s children honored their parents with a program commemorating their 50 years of marriage. Don Robinson opened with singing the couple’s favorite song, “I Can’t Stop Loving You.” Trisha Gonzales presented a Presidential White House Greeting which was signed by the President and First Lady congratulating them on their 50th anniversary.
A PowerPoint presentation reminiscent of the couple’s lives together was created and presented by Brenda Northcraft. Kimberly McDonald authored a poem about the couple and read this family and spiritual tribute.
Associate Pastor Denny Michaels from Memorial Heights Baptist Church, spoke about Don and Carolyn being visual examples of spiritual living and presided over a brief ceremony by lighting a reunification candle in which the couple rededicated their lives to God and one another.
Robinson concluded the program with the song, “The Lord’s Prayer.”
Don graduated from East Liverpool High School in Ohio. He served in the United States Army, worked for the Cumberland City Police Department, was a center manager for United Parcel Service and is retired from Western Maryland Health System as a switchboard operator.
Carolyn attended Fort Ashby High School in West Virginia. She worked as a certified nursing assistant and as a surgical technician in labor and delivery at WMHS. She is enjoying her retirement by volunteering at the 1st Way Pregnancy Support Center in Cumberland.
Don and Carolyn have shared 50 years and look forward to many more. They want to thank their children, family and friends for making this a special day.
Out of town guests were from Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.

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