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Nassau County anniversaries, Dec. 27

50th

ANTOINETTE AND LOUIS NATALE of Bellmore were married Nov. 15, 1959, in Brooklyn. They celebrated Nov. 1 with a surprise party at Westbury Manor hosted by their three children and attended by family and friends. Louis has owned and operated his own home improvement business for the past 45 years. Antoinette is a homemaker. They have four grandchildren.

50th

MARCELLA AND JAMES AVANZATO of Wantagh celebrated Nov. 28 at a reception at Larkfield Manor in East Northport. The party was hosted by their four children, their spouses and 12 grandchildren. Jim is retired from American Airlines, and Marcella is retired from Bowe Systec, which was in Hicksville. Trips to Bermuda and Mexico are planned for next year.

50th

PEGGY AND JOE DISSLER of Huntington celebrated Nov. 28 with a family dinner at Meehan's restaurant in Huntington. They met in Astoria, Queens, where they both grew up. Joe worked for many years in Manhattan as a project manager in the mechanical engineering field. Peggy is a homemaker. They have four children and 10 grandchildren.

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FRAN AND FRED FREWERT of South Huntington celebrated Oct. 17. Their children gave them a trip to Key West, Fla., where they stayed at the same hotel where they honeymooned. Fred is a retired truck driver. Fran is a homemaker. They have

three children and one grandchild.

45th

COOKIE AND TOMMY COSTANZA of North Massapequa were married Oct. 24, 1964. They celebrated with a trip to Sicily. Tommy is retired from the New York City Police Department and is now a product security investigator for a hair care distributor. Cookie is retired from the Plainedge school district's transportation department, where she was employed for 23 years. They have two sons and two grandchildren.

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DONNA AND JOE CARLUCCIO of Medford celebrated Nov. 22 with a trip to New England, a gift from their two daughters. They met as teenagers growing up in Astoria, Queens. Joe retired from the New York City Fire Department after 29 years. Donna retired as a special education aide after 21 years with the Patchogue-Medford school district. A vacation to Disney World in Florida is planned. They have three grandchildren.

Compiled by Diane Daniels

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