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Nassau and Suffolk anniversaries

66thHELEN AND VICTOR WELSH of Holbrook, formerly of Brooklyn and Queens, celebrated June 22 with family at a local restaurant. Helen retired from the bursar's office at Queens College. Victor retired as an industrial arts teacher in the New York City school system and now works at Sachem Library. They have three children, five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

60thDOLORES AND FRANK WALSH, residents of Lake Grove since 1954, celebrated June 21 with family at Giorgio's Italian Restaurant in Nesconset. The couple were married just before Frank left to serve in the U.S. Army in Korea. He worked for the family business, Frank M. Walsh & Sons Excavating, and retired from Stony Brook University. Dolores is a homemaker. They have four children, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

60thMILDRED AND ANTHONY SCHIRALDI of Oceanside were wed Oct. 27, 1951. They celebrated at Russo's on the Bay in Howard Beach with family and friends. They have three children and six grandchildren.

60thMARY AND JOHN SEERY of Bethpage were wed June 8, 1952. They celebrated at the MGM Casino Hotel in Connecticut with family. Two celebratory dinners honored them, and a gift of a weekend stay on Lake Champlain in Vermont continued the celebration. John is retired from Nikon and Mary is retired from Newsday. They enjoy family, friends and traveling. They have two children and four grandchildren.


HURWITZ of Oceanside were wed July 15, 1962. They renewed their vows and celebrated with their four children, four grandchildren, family and friends at the Metropolitan in Glen Cove on June 2.

35thSHARON AND BILL NUTTER of Holbrook were wed June 11, 1977. They celebrated with a trip to Negril, Jamaica. The couple has two children.

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