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Nassau County anniversaries

60th

JO AND ED SEPE of Centereach, formerly of Brooklyn, celebrated Nov. 11 with family at Harrah's Resort in Atlantic City. Jo retired as a long-distance telephone operator at New York Telephone. Ed is a veteran of the U.S. Merchant Marine and U.S. Army who served in World War II. They have four children, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

 

58th

SHIRLEY AND MILTON KLEIN, 54-year residents of East Meadow, were wed Nov. 9, 1952. They celebrated at a dinner with one daughter and two granddaughters. Their other daughter, who lives in Florida, came to visit on Dec. 4. Milton served as a radar man in the Navy amphibious fleet in the South Pacific during World War II. He retired from the New York City Police Department as an auto body shop supervisor. Shirley worked for Hamilton Radio War Plant in Manhattan during the war and later for Port Authority and Geico in Woodbury.

 

57th

JEANNETTE AND JOE DUDEK of Farmingdale were wed Nov. 22, 1953. They celebrated with a trip to Boston. Joe is retired from Grumman after 40 years, and Jeanette is a housewife. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.

50th

BARBARA AND JAMES KLEINER of Levittown were wed Nov. 23, 1960. They celebrated Nov. 6 at a party given for them at Per Un Angelo in Wantagh and attended by their daughter, spouses (their son is deceased), three granddaughters, friends and family. Barbara is retired after 30 years with Newsday, and James is a retired sales manager from Prentice Hall in New Jersey.

 

50th

MARIE AND NICK MARINACCIO of Holbrook were wed Oct. 30, 1960, in Brooklyn. They celebrated at The Victorian Room in Bay Shore with friends and family. Marie works for the Internal Revenue Service in Holtsville. Nick retired from Maryhaven Center of Hope in Port Jefferson. They have three children and three grandchildren.

 

40th

SUSAN AND JOSEPH MCCOY of Seaford were wed Dec. 13, 1970. Joe is a court liaison for the New York State Liquidation Bureau in Manhattan, and Susan is a retired nursery school teacher. They have five children and four grandchildren. They enjoy traveling and spending time with their family. Compiled by Diane Daniels

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