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Suffolk anniversaries, Jan. 24


DOROTHY AND RAYMOND FROEHLICH of Bethpage were married May 14, 1949, at St. Ignatius Church in Hicksville. They met at a Northport roller skating rink. Ray is retired from Grumman after 39 years. They have two sons, two grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.


MARIE AND ANDREW GIOE of East Rockaway were married Jan. 22, 1955, in Brooklyn at St. Rita's Church. Andrew is a retired stagehand with Local 1 in Manhattan. His favorite job was working on "Sesame Street." He also served in the Army during the Korean War. They plan to celebrate with the family and friends. They have four sons and two grandchildren.


JOSEPHINE AND GASPARE GAROFALO of Roslyn Heights renewed their vows at St. Aidan's Church in Williston Park on Jan. 9. Following the ceremony they celebrated with family and friends at the New Hyde Park Inn. They first met in Richmond Hill after they had immigrated from Italy. They have three children and eight grandchildren.


SHIRLEY AND HENRY LANGE JR. of Bohemia celebrated Dec. 20 with a family dinner at Mannino's Restaurant in Oakdale. A trip to Las Vegas is planned, a gift from their four children. Henry is the founder of Lange Plumbing & Heating in Ronkonkoma. They have seven grandchildren.


KARINE AND ED FITZGERALD of Mastic celebrated July 5 with a cruise to Bermuda. Ed is in law enforcement. Karine retired from nursery school education to baby-sit their four grandchildren. They have two daughters. The couple were high school sweethearts and enjoy traveling.


MARY AND MIKE PALLOTTA of Dix Hills, formerly of Bellmore, were married Dec. 29, 1979. Mike is self-employed with Advance Irrigation in Merrick. Mary is president of the Guardian Brain Foundation. They have two children and one grandson.

Compiled by Patricia Sollitto

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