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Nassau and Suffolk anniversaries

60thMARY AND ED PROCTOR of Westbury were married Jan. 28, 1950, at Holy Ghost Church in New Hyde Park. Their children surprised them with a visit to their winter home in Florida. Ed is retired from the Nassau County Police Department. Mary volunteered at Winthrop and Mercy hospitals and is a member of St. Bridgid's Pedro Pia. They are planning a family cruise this summer. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.

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MARYLYN AND PAUL KALNY of Valley Stream were married Aug. 29, 1959. They celebrated on a cruise with friends and a dinner with family and friends at Filomenia's restaurant in Franklin Square. Paul retired after 45 years as a floor supervisor at the New York Stock Exchange. Marylyn is an instructional aide at Robert W. Carbonaro School in Valley Stream. They have three children and five grandchildren.

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ELIZABETH AND JAMES STEWART of Ridge, formerly of Tudor Village, Queens, were married Feb. 13, 1960. They celebrated at a surprise party with family and friends. James is a retired truck driver. Elizabeth retired from Citibank in 2007. They have two daughters and eight grandchildren.

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BEPPIE (BETH) AND AL LIPSKY of Lynbrook were married Jan. 10, 1960, in Cedarhurst. Their two children and their families surprised them with a seven-day Caribbean cruise. Al served in the Air Force during the Korean War. He worked as an aircraft inspector for National Airlines for five years, then went into the plumbing business. Beppie is an interior designer. They have six grandchildren.

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LIANA AND HOWARD HUCKE of Smithtown celebrated Jan. 23 with a family dinner at Alexandros in Miller Place. A family cruise to the Bahamas is planned. Howard is a retired Long Island Rail Road manager. Liana is a retired teacher. They have two sons and three grandsons.

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PAT AND GUS SPINELLA of Oakdale were married Feb. 28, 1960. They celebrated March 13 with family at Momma Lombardi's in Holbrook. They met at Central Plaza, a dance hall on Second Avenue in Manhattan. Gus retired from Trans World Airlines in 2001 after 44 years of service. Pat loves to cook and make bread. They have three children and five grandchildren.

Compiled by Diane Daniels and Patricia Sollitto

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