Warren and Kayleen Dye of Central Point celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 30 with a Renewal of Vows ceremony attended by family and friends at Petra Baptist Fellowship in Central Point.

Warren and Kayleen Dye of Central Point celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 30 with a Renewal of Vows ceremony attended by family and friends at Petra Baptist Fellowship in Central Point.

Their children, Cary Dye and Tawnia Gregor, walked them down the aisle. Shalean Gregor, their granddaughter, sang a special song for them. Warren presented Kay with a beautiful set of rings to commemorate their anniversary. The Rev. Richard Williams officiated.

An open house reception followed, with approximately 93 in attendance.

Warren William Dye married Kayleen Opal Johnson on Oct. 29,1960, in Klamath Falls.

Warren attended Bonanza High School, graduating in 1956, and graduated from Oregon Institute of Technology in 1959. He worked for many years as an auto body paint and fender technician and ended his career as a parts runner for Cascade Wood Products. He retired in 2001. Warren enjoys hunting, fishing and working with stained glass.

Kay attended Henley High School and graduated in 1960. She worked at a private kindergarten and then worked for the ESD in the STEPS program. She retired in 2004. Kay enjoys all kinds of crafts. She has been Worthy Matron of Adarel Chapter No. 3 Order of the Eastern Star and Grand Guardian of Oregon Job's Daughters.

Warren and Kay are members of Petra Baptist Fellowship and Mountain Trails Walk to Emmaus.

The Dyes' two children both live in Central Point. The couple also have two grandchildren.