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Lilianne and Thomas Thomsen of Spring Hill recently celebrated their 62nd anniversary. They were married Jan. 19, 1947, in Arlington, Mass.

They moved to Sarasota 33 years ago, then to Spring Hill 25 years ago.

The Thomsens have seven children: Mark Thomsen of Colorado, Ramonde Bowen of Lancaster, Mass., Susan Lafalce of Kentucky, Gary and Wayne Thomsen of Bradenton, Sonja Thomsen of Spring Hill and Robin Hazelton of St. Petersburg. They have 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

The Santees

Roberta and Cliff Santee Sr. of St. Petersburg recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at the Don Cesar Beach Resort in St. Pete Beach and at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort & Golf Club in St. Petersburg. The Santees we married Jan. 1, 1949, at United Methodist Church in Centerville, Pa.

Mr. Santee is an Army veteran, having served in the Korean War. He later went on to be a purchasing agent for Automotive Tools. Mrs. Santee was a medical office manager and a homemaker.

The Santees came to Florida 1972 and moved to St. Petersburg from Timber Pines in Spring Hill in 2001. They are members of Pasadena Community Church, the Horns & Halos Sunday school class and are members of the United States Tennis Association. They have four children and four grandchildren.

Anniversaries 01/24/09 [Last modified: Saturday, January 24, 2009 1:13pm]
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