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Married 50 years -- Fernando Villela and Rosa Villela celebrate 50th Anniversary in Las Vegas, Nevada. Left to right: Saul (brother in law)(Jimenez), Rosa Villela, Fernando Villela, and Margie my sister, youngest of ten brothers and sisters.

Uploaded on 09.29.2017 by El Paso Museum of History

Out of Area / Out of Area, (2010 - 2019), Celebration

  • FERNANDO VILLELA
  • Rosa Villela
  • Rosa Villela
  • Rosa Villela
  • Rosa Villela

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Fernando Villela and Rosa Villela - 50th Anniversary - 2017

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