ANNIVERSARY: Jim and Margi Beck

Jim and Margi Beck, former residents of Bowling Green, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a
family dinner on Sunday.
They were married Feb. 7, 1954 in DeGraff, Ohio.
The couple has three sons, Larry (Treva), Brownsville, Tenn.; Ken (Mikki), Waco, Texas; and Ted (Naomi),
Jackson, Tenn. Another son, Jeff, died in 2007, and twin sons died in infancy.
They also have 17 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.
The Becks lived in Bowling Green for 24 years before moving to Jackson upon retirement. He had been a
carpenter, working on buildings on the BGSU campus, and was later self-employed.
She was a Spanish teacher in Perrysburg, and later in a state educational program, teaching ABE, ESL and
GED to Mexican immigrants wanting to leave the migrant field. She also taught GED classes at the Wood
County jail.

Jim and Margi Beck, former residents of Bowling Green, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a
family dinner on Sunday.
They were married Feb. 7, 1954 in DeGraff, Ohio.
The couple has three sons, Larry (Treva), Brownsville, Tenn.; Ken (Mikki), Waco, Texas; and Ted (Naomi),
Jackson, Tenn. Another son, Jeff, died in 2007, and twin sons died in infancy.
They also have 17 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.
The Becks lived in Bowling Green for 24 years before moving to Jackson upon retirement. He had been a
carpenter, working on buildings on the BGSU campus, and was later self-employed.
She was a Spanish teacher in Perrysburg, and later in a state educational program, teaching ABE, ESL and
GED to Mexican immigrants wanting to leave the migrant field. She also taught GED classes at the Wood
County jail.