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Nassau County anniversaries

61stMARIE AND FRANK

DIVITTORIO residents of Massapequa Park for 49 years were married on June 26, 1949. Frank, a World War II veteran, retired after 28 years with New York City Transit and 22 years with Brunswick Hospital in Amityville. Marie worked as a registrar and retired after 24 years with Brunswick Hospital. They have one son, three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

60th

SHIRLEY AND MILTON

SEITMAN of Oceanside were married on June 10, 1950. A family cruise is planned for August. Milton is a certified public accountant, and Shirley is a homemaker. They are world travelers and have visited every state in the United States. They have a son, a daughter and three grandchildren.

50th

ALBERTINA AND GERHARD GRAMLICH of Bethpage were married June 4, 1960, in Ridgewood. Gerhard is a retired cabinetmaker foreman of Carpenters Union Local 2090. They met at a German dance hall on Myrtle Avenue and have been in love ever since. They celebrated with a cruise to Alaska with their two children and one granddaughter.

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EMILY AND WARREN O'BRIEN of Henderson, Nev., formally of North Massapequa, celebrated by renewing their vows at St. Peter's the Apostle Church in River Edge, N.J. The Mass was followed by a family party which included their five children, their spouses and 10 grandchildren. They were given a surprise trip to Hawaii which they will be taking this month.

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KATHLEEN AND JACK LYNCH of Hicksville were married May 21, 1960, at Sacred Heart Church in Cambria Heights. A cruise to Hawaii with their three children and their spouses is planned for September. They have three grandchildren.

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ROSE MARIE (HONEY) AND RICHIE SMITH of Bethpage were married May 7, 1960, at Blessed Sacrament Church in Jackson Heights. They celebrated with a two-week cruise to the Caribbean Islands. A party given by their two sons and daughter followed. Richie is a retired NYPD detective. Honey was a restaurant owner and worked in the restaurant business. They have seven grandchildren.

Compiled by Diane Daniels

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