Golden anniversary for Glenis and Phil Hageman
they would stop at Harry’s café for something to eat and drink. One day they saw a Unit for sale ad in the café window for the Kelvingrove Village complex in High Street. Eventually they went to look at it about four years ago, and thought it was fine, so moved right in and joined in the village and general community.
Phil is a keen golfer and helps out with the Golf Club’s working bees and chores. Glenis does volunteer work around the town and both join in with the social activities at the village.
Recently they holidayed in Canberra seeing all that our nation’s capital has to offer.
The couple has had a close relationship during their married life and when asked what they thought had kept them together all these years Phil replied. “I think the secret is, to both give a bit, it can’t all be one way. “
Glenis said “Each should have some latitude, some space for themselves. Enjoy some precious time as a couple and appreciate and respect each other. “They both agreed that a couple has to work at their marriage when asked what they felt kept them together all these years.
They have supported each other through the good and bad times and their family.
Congratulations and best wishes Glenis and Phil on behalf of your community in celebrating 50 years of marriage.