Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Troutman of Towanda celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary by taking a week-long trip with family to Disney World.

Donald C. Troutman and Anita K. Randolph were married Oct. 18, 1957, at the preacher's home, in Corinth, Mississippi.

Mr. Troutman was a heavy equipment operator in the strip mining industry in Southern Illinois. He retired in 1994.

Mrs. Troutman owned and operated a beauty shop and retired in 1999.

Both were born and raised in Marion, lived 34 years in Sparta and have lived 19 years in Towanda.  

The couple has three children, Keith (Lisa) Troutman of Bloomington, Kevin Troutman of Towanda; and Kristi (Richie) Rendleman of Auburn, Alabama. They also have eight grandchildren, Jamie (Tom) Beccue, Brandi (Deric) Walsh, Cody, Trevor and Quincy Troutman, and Mallory, Miranda and Maggie Rendleman; and five great-grandchildren, Sydney, Mackinzi and Clayton Beccue and Jack and Nathan Walsh.