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Suffolk County anniversaries, July 7:

70thJOAN AND BILL LEUNIG of Syosset were wed June 7, 1943, at the Visitation Roman Catholic Church in Red Hook, Brooklyn, where they grew up. Bill was drafted into the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 11 days later, was accepted for pilot training and sent to the Tennessee Polytechnic College in Cooksville, Tenn., where his wife joined him. After the war, Bill returned and joined the New York City Fire Department. He worked there for 32 years, retiring as a captain. Joan and Bill, both in their 90s, have three children, eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

60thCAMILLA AND CHARLES SERVEDIO of Toms River, N.J., formerly of Massapequa, were wed June 21, 1953. They celebrated at a dinner with family and at a daughter's home. They both recently celebrated their 80th birthdays and enjoy spending time in Atlantic City. They have three children, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

55thMARGIE AND JOHN SPILLETT of Yaphank were wed May 10, 1958. They celebrated with a family dinner at Cooperage Inn in Calverton. John retired from the Town of Brookhaven Highway Department. He has been a volunteer with the Yaphank Fire Department for 62 years and is an honorary chief. Margie is a retired bus driver for Longwood School District. They enjoy camping. The couple has four sons, seven grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.

50thMARILYN AND JOHN BOHAN of Northport were wed June 15, 1963, at St. Luke's Church in Whitestone, Queens. A family trip to Yellowstone National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyo., is planned. John is a retired maintenance supervisor with United Airlines. Marilyn retired as an executive assistant at Arrow Electronics in Melville. They have four daughters, four sons-in-law and nine grandchildren.


HOROWITZ of Mount Sinai were wed June 9, 1963. They celebrated on a family cruise to Mexico. The celebration continued with a trip to Alaska. Peter is a retired electrical engineer and manager at BAE Systems in Greenlawn. Carole retired as a human resources manager at Comprehensive Home Care in Smithtown. They have three daughters, three sons-in-law and seven grandchildren.

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