Nassau County anniversaries, Aug. 4

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60thMARILYN AND FRED

BEROTTI of Island Park wed June 6, 1953, at St. Hedwig's R.C. Church in Floral Park and honeymooned at Niagara Falls. They celebrated at a surprise party hosted by their five children. Fred is a retired naval chief petty officer, having served in World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars, and retired as a sheet metal worker for Locals 55 and 28. He worked for Marilyn's father's roofing business -- where they met. Marilyn retired as a bookkeeper for the family roofing business. They have nine grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.

60thMARYANN AND FRANK RYBAK, formerly of Hicksville, now residing in Bethpage, were wed May 3, 1953. They celebrated with a cruise to Antigua. Frank is retired from Local 1298 of the Laborers Union. They have three children and seven grandchildren.

55thANNA AND MICHAEL

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FRANZESE of New Hyde Park were wed July 5, 1958. Mike is a retired construction engineer. Anna is retired from Zucker Hillside Hospital in Glen Oaks, where she worked for about 18 years. They met on a blind date. They have three children, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

50thNANCY AND CHESTER

(C-JOHN) TABACCO, residents of North Bellmore for 38 years, were wed July 13, 1963. Nancy was originally from Brooklyn, and C-John from the Bronx. C-John is retired from Bell-Atlantic and is a Korean War veteran. Nancy is a retired office manager. They have three children and two grandchildren.

50thTERESA AND BOB BOLDT of Levittown were wed June 15, 1963, at Transfiguration Church in Manhattan's Chinatown. After leaving the reception and arriving at the bride's home on Mott Street, the barricades for a St. Anthony's feast had to be removed to allow them to enter the street. Teresa and Bob, still wearing wedding attire, were greeted by crowds who wished them well. They have two children and five grandchildren.

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