Former Sunnysiders Larry and Kay Cole, now of Usk, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends Saturday, Oct. 5, at the home of their friends, Jim and Carol Case, 2900 Jones Rd., Wapato, from 2 to 7 p.m. The Coles were married Nov. 30, 1963 in Wenatchee, and later moved to Sunnyside. He co-owned and operated Sunnyside’s Larry and Bob’s Tire Town with Bob Bartley for many years. The Coles are now retired. They have two children, Kurt and Heidi Cole of Elk and Craig and Teresa Cole of Pullman. They also have six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Tanya Bos on July 20, 2013 was united in marriage to Jay Spurlock III at Spring Creek Homestead in Union Gap. The bride is a Sunnyside High School graduate and earned a Bachelor’s degree at Central Washington University. She is currently employed by the Sunnyside School District. She is the daughter of Tom and Mary Bos of Sunnyside. The groom is a graduate of Zillah High School. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy and now works for Bleyhl’s. Jay and Linda Spurlock of Zillah are the groom’s parents. Serving as matron of honor for the July nuptials was Danelle Gluth. The bride’s attendants included Marisol Bos, Jennifer Brown and Sarah Sharpe. Leah Samaniego and Tommy Samaniego had the honor of serving as flower girl and ringbearer. Groomsmen for the ceremony included Jacob Wesselius, Kyle Tilley, Nate Carlile and Patrick O’Donnell. A reception in honor of the couple took place at Spring Creek Homestead following the wedding ceremony. The couple honeymooned at Orcas Island.