OAKLAND — Constance and Richard Hallee celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with their family at the home of their daughter Lisa Hallee and her husband Eric Sharpe in Oakland on Sunday, Aug. 12. A Maine luncheon of lobsters, steamed clams, salads, corn on the cob and cake was served.

R. Constance Audet and N. Richard Hallee were married on Aug. 9,1947 at the Notre Dame Church in Waterville. Both children of Quebec immigrants, they were born and raised in Waterville. After high school, they married and raised their children here until moving to Florida upon retirement in 1990. They lived in Florida for 20 years and recently moved back to be with their children. They reside in Winslow.

Richard was the owner of the former Hallee’s TV Service and Sales, and also taught electronics for 20 years at the Mid-Maine Vocational School. Constance worked as the bookkeeper for the business, as well as raising their six children. Richard served as a city councilman and both were members of the Exchange Club. Connie was a member of the Waterville Woman’s Club.

In attendance were daughter Rebecca Sherwood and her husband Peter of Oakland; their two sons Matthew of Portland and Nathan, his wife Jessica and their son Sam of Cape Neddick; son Greg Hallee of Farmingdale and his son Chris of Portland; son Steve Hallee and his partner Susan Briggs of Vassalboro; son Tim Hallee and his wife Lauren of Fairfield; daughter Lisa Hallee and her husband Eric Sharpe of Oakland; daughter Bridget Campbell, her husband John and their daughter Haley of Winslow. Other grandchildren not in attendance are Scott Keddy of Newport, R.I. and Brent Hallee and his wife Crystal of Orlando, Fla.