FRAN AND BOB HURLEY, residents of Rockville Centre for 45 years, were married on July 22, 1950, at St. Teresa's of Avila Church in Brooklyn. Their children treated them to a Broadway show, dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel. Bob was a member of the New York City Fire Department for 30 years and Fran was a sales associate at Lord & Taylor in Garden City. They have four children and five grandchildren.
VIRGINIA AND SANTO BIVONE, residents of East Meadow and Delray Beach, Fla., were wed 60 years on June 24. They celebrated by going on a seven-day Caribbean cruise on the Celebrity Solstice with their two sons and their families. They renewed their vows on the ship, with the captain officiating. Santo retired from Sanitary District 6 of West Hempstead in 1982. Virginia retired from Nassau County District Court in 1992. They have five grandchildren.
ELAINE AND RICHARD MELTSNER of Bay Shore were married June 26, 1955. Elaine is a retired Suffolk County Community College English professor. Richard is a certified public accountant in Manhattan. They are avid theater goers who share their love of the arts with their two children and three grandchildren.
BERNARDINE AND ANTHONY COSTANZO of North Babylon were married June 12, 1960. They celebrated with a reception at Villa Monaco restaurant in West Islip hosted by their children. Bernadine is a medical transcriptionist at Good Samaritan Hospital. Anthony is retired from the U.S. Postal Service. They have three daughters, three son-in-laws and five grandchildren.
GAIL AND STEVE LEVINE of Sayville celebrated June 19 with a trans-Atlantic cruise to Europe, ending in Venice, Italy. The celebration continued with a family brunch cruise from Port Washington to New York Harbor. Steve is a retired director of a heating products manufacturing company. They have three children and six grandchildren.
PAT AND JIM NOONE of Farmingdale were married on May 7, 1960. They were blessed at a Mass said by Bishop William Murphy and attended by their family. Their five children, their families and two grandsons gave them a party at the Bellmore Firehouse. They also celebrated with a trip to St. Thomas in July. Jim retired from the New York City Department of Corrections, and Pat retired from Plainview-Old Bethpage School District as a secretary and also worked for Chase Bank.
Compiled by Patricia Sollitto