Diamond days for Bo'ness couple

A Bo’ness couple celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary this week after 60 years of marriage.

By Kevin Quinn
Friday, 22nd October 2021, 6:00 am
David and Una Findlay marked their diamond wedding anniversary this week.

David (87) and Una Findlay (81), born and raised in Arbroath, met at the dancing in 1960, and were married on October 21, 1961, in The Old Church of Arbroath. The couple had two daughters and moved to Bo’ness in 1967, where Una worked at the local shirt factory until it closed then Tesco until 1999. David was a police constable until he retired in 1989, then worked at Falkirk Sheriff Court until 1999. The couple have five grandchildren and three great grandsons.

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Their secret to a happy and long married life? “Never go to sleep on an argument”, said Una, while David added: “Una is always right.”

David is a member of West Lothian Golf Club, and Una is part of the local guild and over 50s clubs.

David and Una Findlay were married on 21st October 1961 in The Old Church of Arbroath.