LORRAINE AND RALPH
ESPOSITO of Hampton Bays were married June 19, 1960, at Holy Cross Church in Maspeth. They celebrated with family and friends at East Wind Caterers in Wading River. A trip to Mackinac Island and Lake Michigan is planned. Ralph is retired from the Southampton Village Police. Lorraine is a homemaker and enjoys quilting and other crafts. They have three children and six grandchildren.
EMILY AND JERRY MASOTTO of Port Jefferson Station celebrated June 13 with family at the Shoreham Country Club. Jerry is the founder of The Cow Palace Butcher Shops, which are now run by family members. They have seven children and 19 grandchildren.
TERESA AND DAVID NOBILE of Commack celebrated June 12. A party and a family cruise to the Caribbean are planned. Dave is semiretired and drives a school bus for Huntington Coach. Teresa works for Plycon Van Lines in Kings Park. They have two sons, two daughter-in-laws and eight grandchildren.
ERIKA AND HELMUT SEUS of East Northport were married Sept. 6, 1959. They celebrated with a party at Smithtown Landing Country Club. Erika is a nurse, and Helmut is a retired horticulturalist. They have two children and six grandchildren.
CAROL AND ED WULF, longtime residents of Amityville, were married June 25, 1960, at Simpson Methodist Church in Amityville. They celebrated at a dinner with friends at The Lake House in Bay Shore, hosted by their son. Ed is a retired cabinetmaker and owner of Wulf Cabinets Inc. of Amity Harbor where he worked for 51 years. Carol worked as a compositor for Photo News in Bethpage for 16 years and now enjoys gardening, bowling and tennis.
PEGGY AND MICHAEL STODUTO of East Northport were married May 29, 1970, in Ethan, S.D. They celebrated with a weekend in Manhattan. Michael is a social worker at the VA Medical Center in Northport. Peggy is a retired guidance counselor for Northport School District. They have two children and one grandson.
Compiled by Patricia Sollitto