An open house will be held for friends and family to celebrate with Robert and Nancy Hamm on the occasion of their 70th wedding anniversary. It will take place on Saturday, March 18 at Heights United Methodist Church located at 2016 North Main Street Point Pleasant, from 2 to 4 p.m. No gifts please. Light refreshments will be provided.
Robert and Nancy were married on March 18, 1947 in Ashland, Kentucky by Reverend Donald Wells. Robert and Nancy are both originally from Summers County, West Virginia. Robert is a WWII veteran where he was a Gunner’s Mate. After the war, he owned a restaurant in Hinton, West Virginia where they met. He later worked for Kroger and then owned his own store in Point Pleasant, know as “Heights Market.” Nancy was a social worker and later became an ordained Minister serving churches in Mason and Wood counties. They have both been members of Heights United Methodist for over 60 years. They have two sons: Bill (Karen) from Corbin, Kentucky and Bob (Paula) from Massillon, Ohio. They have five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.