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Nassau County anniversaries, Aug. 11

72ndMAE AND JAMES LETSCH of Nesconset, formerly of Ridgewood, Queens, were wed June 29, 1941, at the Lake Ronkonkoma Methodist Church. As seniors they enjoy taking numerous bus trips with Prime Time Travel. James, 94, and Mae, 91, have two children, six grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

60thDOTTIE AND BILL TITUS of Locust Valley were wed June 6, 1953, at the Westbury Methodist Church. They celebrated at home with their four children and spouses. A celebration with extended family and friends was held at the Sagamore Yacht Club in Oyster Bay. They have four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.


BURMEISTERof Port Jefferson Station, formerly of Brooklyn, were wed July 4, 1953. They celebrated with a family lunch at Trumpets on the Bay in Eastport. Dolores retired from Comsewogue Public Library. Bob retired from the A&P and from Industrial Coverage Corp. Dolores and Bob are active members at St. Gerard's Catholic Church in Port Jefferson Station. They have five children and six grandchildren.


CUNNINGHAM of Glen Cove were wed July 31, 1956, at St. Patrick's Church. They celebrated their anniversary and Patricia's 79th birthday. Joseph, who turned 92 in January, enlisted in the Navy in 1942 and served nine months at the naval air facility at Argentia, Newfoundland. He then transferred to England to fly combat missions with Navy VPB 110 as a radio man and a gunner. He was awarded the Navy Air Medal and the French Jubilee of Liberty Medal for his service on D-Day, June 6, 1944. They have two daughters and three granddaughters.


MCMAHON of Williston Park were wed June 8, 1963. They renewed their vows at St. Aidan's Church in Williston Park and celebrated with family and friends at Westbury Manor. John is a retired deputy chief with the New York City Fire Department. Grace is a retired secretary from Abilities Inc. in Albertson. They have four children and two grandchildren.

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