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Dominic and Lucy Durso celebrate 62nd anniversary

On Nov. 16, Dominic and Lucy Durso celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary with family at Saimira's European Grill in Palm Harbor.

And on Nov. 18, Dominic celebrated his 85th birthday with 35 friends and family at the Pinewood Villas club house.

Immediate family in attendance were sons and spouses Robert and Suzanne of Holiday and James and Jamie of New Port Richey; plus grandchildren Leah and Nick DiVincenzo of Holiday and Jeffrey and Kacie Durso of New Port Richey.

Dominic and Lucy said that it was the best party ever. Dominic's secret to 62 years of marriage?

"If she's happy, I'm happy. Yes we may argue at times, but making up, makes it all worth it."

Lucy says that she deserves a medal, but would not change her life for anything.

Dominic and Lucy Durso celebrate 62nd anniversary 01/07/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 9:31am]
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