Rosser 60th Wedding Anniversary

Terry and Myrna Rosser will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on January 25, 2019 with their family. Myrna and Terry are very proud of their three daughters and families: Tenise, and husband Jim Pettigrew; Terrell, and husband Victor Johnson; and Tara, and husband Tony Mannarino. They have four grandchildren: Joel Pettigrew, Kelly Johnson Ledezma, Ricky and Michael Surface, and great-grandson, Jack Ledezma. After graduation from Texas A&M, Terry served 26 years in the Regular Army. The family moved 24 times, while serving aorund the world. Colonel Rosser had three combat tours and commanded at the company through brigade level. In addition to being a wonderful mother, Myrna was a Girl Scout Neighborhood Chairman, a Mary Kay beauty consultant, Administrative Assistant for the Panama Canal Commission, and a legal secretary in South Carolina. After military service, Terry taught at Blinn College, continued officiating high school football and his volunteer efforts with Special Olympics. He also started a 13 year relationship with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes as a volunteer leader and radio program host. Myrna worked at the Horticulture Department, College of Medicine, and as a Deputy Court Clerk for Bryan Municipal Court. Today, the Rossers remain active in Christ UMC- choir and Sunday school, The Officers Wives Club, "Been Shot At" Career Aviation Veterans, SFA High School Affairs, A&M sporting events, and family activities and gatherings.

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Melissa Pike

Tyler and Myrna... Happy 60th anniversary you two! When you get married, you become “one flesh” with your mate. (Matthew 19:5) You’ve shown others that unity is essential when making the decision to marry by sharing these years together. Congratulations on this special day and may Jehovah be with you as you continue your life together.

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