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Nassau County anniversaries


ANGELA AND AL GALLO of Garden City South celebrated April 22 with family and friends. Al is a World War II veteran, having served on Iwo Jima. He retired at age 81 after 47 years in the investment business. Angela has been a happy homemaker and enjoys traveling, reading and crossword puzzles. A celebration with their four children, spouses and nine grandchildren is planned for this summer on North Carolina's Outer Banks.


CAROL AND RICHARD JONES formerly of Levittown, now residing in East Meadow, celebrated April 17 at a party with their family, relatives and friends. Richard is a World War II Navy veteran and a retired postal worker. He is also retired from the Levittown School District, where he was the interschool delivery person. Carol retired from the Levittown Public Library as a senior clerk. They have five daughters and 13 grandchildren.



CHIARAMONTE, residents of Seaford for 41 years, were wed May 15, 1966. Dante works for Steinway Piano in Astoria, and Nancy works for the Plainedge School District. They have two children and two grandchildren.


BARBARA AND WILLIAM LAMBERT of Port Jefferson Station were married in St. Luke's Church in Whitestone on April 8, 1956. He is retired from the New York City Transit Authority. She was a Welcome Wagon lady on the North Shore for 21 years. They are involved in activities at St. Gerard Majella Church in Port Jefferson Station. They have five children, 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.


ANNE AND FRANK EMMA of Port Jefferson were wed April 29, 1961. A party is planned for the fall. They have three children and eight grandchildren.


MARGARET AND GEORGE LYONS of Mineola were wed May 10, 1986, at St. John's R.C. Church in the Bronx. George works for Structure Tone in Manhattan, and Margaret works for St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn. They are planning a cruise to the Bahamas this month. They have two daughters.

Compiled by Diane Daniels


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