65thJANICE AND HARRY
GARSHOFSKY of Long Beach were wed Oct. 12, 1947. They celebrated aboard the Norwegian Star on a cruise to Bermuda. After Harry returned from service in World War II, the young couple married and moved to an apartment in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Harry retired from Super Laundry Equipment in Woodbury, formerly in Oceanside. Janice was a secretary in the early years of their marriage. They have three children and five grandchildren.
50thKATHY AND LIBBY
SPENSIERI, residents of West Hempstead for 45 years, were wed Oct. 20, 1962, at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Elmont. They celebrated at a dinner with their three children, six grandchildren and friends. After graduating from high school, Kathy worked as a licensed beautician. Libby was born in Vinchiaturo, Italy, and came to the United States in 1957, working in construction in Manhattan. He later opened his own construction supply business, which he ran for more than 40 years until he retired. Kathy is an avid seamstress and enjoys making things for her children and grandchildren, including communion dresses and quilts. 50thCOLETTE AND TONY
VENTURA of Bluffton, S.C., formerly of New Hyde Park, were wed Oct. 14, 1962, at Our Lady of Snows Church in Floral Park. They celebrated on a 12-day cruise to the Greek Isles. Tony enjoys golf. Colette enjoys knitting and shopping. They have three children and five grandchildren.
50thSUZANNE AND ROBERT BRINK, residents of Floral Park for the past 40 years, were wed Oct. 1, 1962. They celebrated with a family dinner at Ruth's Chris Steak House in Garden City. They met in the Marine Corps. They continue to work and travel to see their kids, not to mention rescuing dogs and raising them with love. They have three children and eight grandchildren.
50thLUCILLE AND ANTHONY DAVIDE of Howard Beach were wed Oct. 27, 1962, at St. Joseph's Church in Brooklyn. They celebrated with a family vacation to Atlantic City and a gathering at a local restaurant. Lucille, a former bank teller, is a school aide with the New York City schools. Anthony, a general contractor for more than 40 years, retired from his business. They enjoy dining out and frequent trips to Atlantic City. They have one son.