Milestones for April 12, 2012 edition

April 11, 2012 

Robert and Barbara Corbin celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Robert and Barbara Corbin will celebrate 50 years of marriage April 26.

The two met when Barbara was 10 and Robert was 13. Barbara's grandmother rented a home in Modesto from Robert's mother so she would see him when she came to visit all the way from Amarillo, Texas. When Barbara was 20, she moved to California. Robert was serving in the military at the time but when he was out they went on their first date. That date was on Valentine's Day and they were married that same year on April 26, 1962 in Modesto.

Robert is a retired supervisor from Gallo Glass and Barbara is a homemaker.

The Corbins have been residents of Coarsegold for 11 years. They plan to celebrate their golden anniversary with friends and family in Ripon.

They have three children: Robert Lee Corbin III, Arney LeWayne Corbin, and Toby Dean Corbin.

Aaron Nichols and Jamie Burnham to be wed June 9

Aaron Thomas Nichols of Oakhurst and Jamie Lee Burnham of Coarsegold are engaged to be married June 9, 2012 at the Oakhurst Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Nichols, a 2005 graduate of Yosemite High School, works as a freight broker and is the son of Jeff and Sharon Nichols of Oakhurst.

Burnham works as a substitute teacher and is the daughter of Randy and Pat Burnham of Coarsegold. Burnham earned multiple subject credentials in 2011 from California State University, Fresno.

Nichols' best man will be Colin Moran of Fresno. Groomsmen include Ed Montecinas of Alameda, Don DeBernardi of Bass Lake, Shaun Fairbanks of Coarsegold, and Preston O'Neal of San Diego.

Burnham's maid of honor will be Courtney Nichols of Oakhurst. Bridesmaids include Ashley Nichols of Oakhurst, Macey Cobb of Coarsegold, Shannon Walker of Clovis, and Natasha Sisneras of Alameda.

The couple will be honeymooning in Castries, St. Lucia at Sandals La Toc.

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