Suffolk County anniversaries, Sept. 22

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72ndCONCETTA AND EMANUEL CAPPELLOof Lake Grove were wed Sept. 7, 1941, at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Corona, Queens. They celebrated with a renewal of vows at St. Dominic Church in Oyster Bay followed by a family dinner. Emanuel is an Army veteran who served in World War II. He is the founder of Emanuel Decorators & Upholstery in Wantagh. They have two children, five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

60thCATHERINE AND JULIUS KELLERof Copiague were wed Aug. 30, 1953, at St. Martha's Church in Uniondale. They celebrated with a family dinner, hosted by their daughters and their spouses. Julius is a Navy veteran. He retired from Grumman Aerospace in Bethpage. They have three daughters, five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

50thMARY AND VINNIE MARINOof Riverhead, formerly of Bellmore, were wed July 20, 1963. They celebrated with family and friends at Stonewalls of Riverhead, hosted by their three daughters. Vinnie retired from the Town of Hempstead highway department. They have five grandchildren.

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50thPATRICIA AND CASS BAKERof Huntington were wed June 29, 1963, at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church in Forest Hills. They celebrated with a dinner at Black & Blue in Huntington, hosted by their two children. Cass is a retired social studies teacher in the East Meadow and Rockville Centre school districts. He co-founded the North Shore Civil War Roundtable. Patti taught in the East Meadow school district and later worked in human resources at Lackmann Food Service in Woodbury and The Treiber Group in Garden City. They have four grandchildren.

50thPATRICIA AND CARMEN GAGLIANOof East Northport, formerly of Oceanside, were wed Sept. 7, 1963. They celebrated with a family dinner at Mama Lombardi's in Port Jefferson. Carmen is president of CG Sales Co. in East Northport. Patricia was a beautician before becoming a full-time homemaker. They have three children and 11 grandchildren.

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