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Len and Nancie Velick – Golden Anniversary

Then

Nancie and Leonard Velick of Boulder were married on October 14, 1961 in Detroit, Michigan.

Leonard is a retired businessman, a former CPA, CEO and CFO of private and publicly-held companies.  Nancie is an artist and former counselor, teacher, and director of a women’s health care clinic.  They retired to Boulder after living in Michigan and California. Leonard is generally found on the tennis courts at Harvest House (year-round).  Nancie is well-known in town for mah jongg and bridge. Together they enjoy biking, snowshoeing, world travel and spending time with family and their special pup, Dusty.

They have three children, Cheryl (and David) Fellows of Boulder, Doug (and Lisa) Velick of Superior, and Lisa (and David) Mittleman of Leawood, Kansas. They also have eight grandchildren: Lauren and Ethan Fellows, Randi, Aidin and Charli Velick and Briana, Ariel and Bradley Mittleman.

Now

They celebrated earlier this year at a surprise party in Boulder attended by family and friends from Michigan, Kansas, Canada, California, Tennessee and Colorado. They continue to feel very blessed to be able to share celebrations with their family, and continued their celebration of this milestone with a trip to the mountains.

About Cheryl Fellows

I am living happily ever after in Boulder with David, proud mom of Lauren and Ethan, guardian of Cookie, blessed with family and friends and a great community.

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3 comments

  1. The minute I saw the first photo, I could tell she was related to you, Cheryl. You look like your beautiful mom!

  2. Yay! And many more!

  3. Wow, many happy, healthy years and moments together. You have a lot to be proud of! You have raised a beautiful family, with wonderful, ambitious children that have real Jewish pride and feeling!