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66th LILLIAN (GAL) AND GEORGE STYLES of Smithtown celebrated April 18. George retired as a chief petty officer from the Navy after 24 years of service and from Grumman after 20 years. Gal is a retired cook manager from the Smithtown school district. They enjoy traveling and bowling and have two sons, two grandsons and one great-granddaughter. 65th MARGE AND RAY BLANEY of Lake Ronkonkoma, formerly of East Northport, celebrated March 4 with a family party at the home of their daughter. The couple met in 1943 at Asbury Park, N.J., while Ray was on leave from the British navy. He is retired from Hazeltine Corp. in Greenlawn. Marge enjoys gardening and baking. They have three children, seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. 60thSYLVIA AND HARRY GLAUBACH of New Hyde Park celebrated March 7 with a party at the home of one of their daughters in Oradell, N.J. They were presented with a family tree dating back to each of their grandparents' heritage. Harry is a noted artist who continues to display his wood sculptures in the tristate area. Sylvia has retired as a fraud investigator for Chase Visa in Lake Success and helps Harry display his artwork. They have three married daughters and seven grandchildren. 50th JEAN AND GENE MCCARTHY of Hudson, Fla., formerly of Amity Harbor, celebrated April 12. Gene is an avid golfer, and Jean enjoys playing bingo. They have three children and eight grandchildren.

50thMARTA AND SERAFINO CAPOLONGO of Mineola celebrated with a dinner at Filomena's Restaurant in Franklin Square with their four children and six grandchildren. They were married in Naples, Italy, and two months later moved to the United States. Serafino is retired from Herricks school district's grounds crew. Marta is retired from Great Neck Saw Manufacturers in Mineola.

50thJEAN AND BILL FEIMER of Breezy Point were married 50 years on April 4. They were longtime residents of Williston Park, where they raised their five children and made many friends. They celebrated by taking a vacation to Cancun, Mexico, on April 7 with their children and 16 grandchildren. Jean and Bill like to travel and spend time with family and friends.

Compiled by Patricia Sollitto

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