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Nassau and Suffolk anniversaries

60thJOAN AND BOB ELLIS of South Huntington were wed April 27, 1952, in the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Glendale. Joan is a homemaker and was a stay-at-home mom while their two children were growing up. Bob served in the Navy during World War II, and after working for New York Telephone Co. for 40 years, he retired in 1988. In his spare time he enjoys fishing and golfing. They both enjoy annual vacations at Woodloch Pines in Pennsylvania. They are blessed with a circle of great, longtime friends.

60thANITA AND JOSEPH GAETA of Oakdale were wed May 4, 1952. They met 63 years ago in Astoria at 31st Street and Broadway. They celebrated with a party at their home with family and friends. Joe was a bricklayer in Manhattan, and Anita was an interior decorator. They have three children, and their first grandchild is expected in September.

60thANN AND AL CUCCO of Melville were wed April 20, 1952, in St. Brigid's Church in Ridgewood. They celebrated with a dinner at Piccolo Mondo in Huntington with their family. Al is retired from Hazeltine in Greenlawn, and Ann is retired from Roland's Electric in Deer Park. They have three married daughters and one grandson.

55thGRACE AND SALVATORE SCIORTINO of North Massapequa were wed May 4, 1957. They celebrated with a trip to Woodloch Pines in Pennsylvania. Both Sal and Grace are retired. Sal was in the computer industry, and Grace spent 25 years in banking once all her children were in school. Sal enjoys softball, and they both enjoy bowling, dancing, and music. They have four children and seven grandchildren.

25thLINDA AND THOMAS F. FREEMAN III of Melville were wed April 11, 1987, at the Huntington Town House. They celebrated with a trip to Mohegan Sun Casino, and a summer celebration to Walt Disney World is planned with their two children. Both Linda and Tom are retired law enforcement officers, and they enjoy going to concerts, movies, sporting events and anywhere that involves sun, sand and surf.


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