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Nassau County anniversaries, Oct. 20

70thMARGARET AND JOSEPH HEGMANN of Wantagh were wed Sept. 30, 1943. They celebrated with family at a luncheon at The Carltun in East Meadow. Joseph is a World War II veteran and retired from AT&T/Lucent in 1984. Margaret is a homemaker. They have two daughters, four grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

70thMARIE AND BEN SERRAof North Babylon, formerly of Hollis, Queens, were wed Oct. 9, 1943, at Queen of All Saints Church in Brooklyn while Ben was serving as a U.S. Army corporal. Marie retired as an executive secretary from the New York Racing Association. Ben retired after 50 years with UPS and later worked at Chase Bank in Manhattan. They have five children, 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

60thPAT AND BILL CUTRONE of Hicksville were wed Aug. 23, 1953, at Immaculate Conception Church in Astoria, Queens. They celebrated with their four children, their spouses and 12 grandchildren at a dinner party at La Famiglia in Plainview. Bill is a retired New York City firefighter with Ladder 117. Pat retired as a secretary in Hicksville schools.

50thFRANCINE AND LOUIS MORI of Floral Park were wed Oct. 5, 1963, at Transfiguration Church in Manhattan. They celebrated with a family dinner. A trip to Bermuda is planned. They have three daughters and eight grandchildren.

50thRUTH AND AARON (RON) SCHUMAN of Boca Raton, Fla., formerly of Bellmore, were wed May 30, 1963, at Leonard's of Great Neck. Ron is a U.S. Army veteran who served as a medic and is retired from the medical supplies industry. Ruth is a retired secretary. A surprise party was thrown for them in their own home by their two daughters, their spouses and three grandsons. Ron is past president of a condo association. Ruth knits hats for the Ronald MacDonald House.

50thRUTH AND ED CUCCIAof Medford were wed Aug. 18, 1963, at St. Martha's Church in Uniondale. They celebrated with family and friends at the Mediterranean Manor in Patchogue. A European vacation is planned. Ed is a semiretired contractor. Ruth is a homemaker. They had three children, one of whom is deceased, and three granddaughters.


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