Nassau and Suffolk anniversaries, Dec. 22:
66thNATALIE AND MORRIS
SOLOMON of North Woodmere were wed Nov. 8, 1947. They celebrated this milestone with their four children, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Morris is retired from the printing business and is an artist. Natalie is a retired hospital administrator and a home decorator. They are both passionate about politics. They divide their time between their homes in North Woodmere and Delray Beach, Fla.
65thRUTH AND JOHN DETURRIS, residents of Massapequa for more than 60 years, were wed Nov. 7, 1948, at Sacred Heart Church in Glendale, Queens. They celebrated with friends and family, including their three sons, their spouses and two grandchildren at Per Un'Angelo in Wantagh.
65thMARY AND STEPHEN YOUNGof Nesconset were married on Thankskving Day, Nov. 25, 1948, at Our Lady Help of Christians in Brooklyn. They have two children, two grandsons and one great-grandson.
50thPATRICIA AND EDWARD BROIDYof Southampton were wed Aug. 29, 1963, in Mineola. They celebrated with a trip to Las Vegas. Edward is retired from Ed Broidy Contractors and is the founder of the Green Machine Hockey Club. Ed and Patricia are the owners of a real estate development company. They have two children and one grandson.
50thMARY ELLEN AND SAM
CITERAof Melville, formerly of Dix Hills, were wed Nov. 23, 1963, at St. Gerard Majella Church in Hollis, Queens. They celebrated with a family vacation to Villa Roma in Callicoon, N.Y. Sam is retired from Nassau BOCES in Syosset. Mary Ellen is retired from Half Hollow Hills school district. They have three children and six grandchildren.
50thNATALIE AND JOHN
ZBYTNIEWSKIof Southold were wed July 20, 1963, at St. Adelbert Church in Elmhurst, Queens. They celebrated by renewing vows at St. Patrick's Church in Southold and at a lawn party with family and friends. John retired as an electrical engineer for Northrop Grumman in Bethpage. Natalie retired as nursing supervisor for PLUS Group Homes in Wantagh. They have six children and nine grandchildren.