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Anniversaries in Pasco

The Morollas

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Sam and Mary Morolla of Hudson celebrated their 50th anniversary with an Oct. 17 reception at Spartan Manor.

The couple were married Oct. 22, 1960, at St. Stephen's Church in Brooklyn, N.Y.

They moved to Hudson in 1991 from East Stroudsburg, Pa. They have four children and nine grandchildren.

The Poznanskis

Julian and Stella Poznanski of Port Richey celebrated their 60th anniversary with a party at the Polish Club Hall in Holiday.

The couple married Oct. 21, 1950, at St. John's Catholic Church in Jersey City, N.J. Mr. Poznanski served in the Navy and worked as a lithographer; Mrs. Poznanski was a seamstress and homemaker.

The Poznanskis moved to Port Richey from Old Bridge, N.J., in 1988. They have three daughters, eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

The Hummels

Robert and Violet Hummel of Port Richey celebrated their 55th anniversary in August with family and friends at the Bon Appetit Restaurant in Dunedin and again at the Station House Restaurant at the Chattanooga Choo Choo in Tennessee.

The couple married Aug. 20, 1955, in Gettysburg, Pa. They moved to Florida from Boalsburg, Pa., in 1969. Mr. Hummel is a member of the West Pasco Model Railroad Club. He served in the Navy 1950-54 and worked at Honeywell in Clearwater for 25 years. Mrs. Hummel worked at Nielsen Media Research Co. as a phone interviewer in Dunedin for 11 years and has been an Avon representative for the past 26 years.

The couple has a son, a daughter, a granddaughter and a late grandson.

Anniversaries in Pasco 10/30/10 [Last modified: Saturday, October 30, 2010 1:58pm]
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