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Nassau County anniversaries

62ndPAULINE AND JACK KENNEDY of Ridge, formerly residents of Levittown for 50 years, were wed Oct. 22, 1950. They celebrated at Momma Lombardi's with their three children and their spouses. Jack retired from Mack Trucks in Hicksville. Pauline retired from Hart Systems in Carle Place. They have 11 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a large extended family.


HOYVIK of Syosset were wed Sept. 1, 1951. They celebrated by relaxing in a nearby park. Magnus served in the Army and retired from the insurance business and education field. Alice worked for a title company and was a secretary for various companies. They have three children and three grandchildren.

50thHELEN AND ANDY CREAN of Wantagh were wed Nov. 10, 1962, at St. Frances De Sales Church in Belle Harbor. The couple were originally from the Bronx. They celebrated at home with family and friends. Helen retired as a flight attendant with Trans World Airlines after 38 years. Andy retired as a battalion chief with the New York City Fire Department after 35 years. They have three children and eight grandchildren.

50thHELEN AND OTTO KRIVOHLAVY of Massapequa Park were wed Oct. 20, 1962, at Jan Hus Church in Manhattan. Their two children hosted a dinner with family and friends at The Milleridge Inn. Helen is a retired bank teller. Otto is a retired postal inspector. They also have three granddaughters.

50thROSANNE AND JIM SCARRY of Stewart Manor were wed Nov. 10, 1962. They celebrated with friends and family at a renewal of vows at the Church of St. Anne in Garden City. A reception was held at the Cherry Valley Club in Garden City. They have two sons and six grandchildren.


PASSARETTI, residents of Farmingdale for the past 25 years and the proud parents of two children, celebrated 30 years of holy matrimony on Nov. 7. A trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, is planned for January. Dennis is a senior manager with Ricoh Americas in their corporate service strategy and planning division. Joan is an interior design business owner.

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