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Dunedin couple mark 60th anniversary with cruise

Edward and Marion Fedor of Dunedin have been married 60 years. Their family joined them for a Caribbean cruise in honor of the occasion during last year's Christmas holiday.

They were married July 3, 1944, in Fairlawn, N.J.

He worked for Allen B. DuMont TV and Ed's TV Service in Clifton, N.J.

She was employed as a secretary for the Board of Education in Passaic, N.J. and retired in 1987.

That same year the couple moved to Dunedin, where Mrs. Fedor's parents also had resided since the 1950s.

Mr. Fedor is a Navy veteran of World War II and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Clifton, N.J., and Dunedin Masons.

Both are members of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Dunedin. Mrs. Fedor was a Stephen minister for 10 years.

The couple have two daughters, Jane Greenberg of Lansdale, Pa., and Joan Miskeiwicz of Oak View, Calif., four grandchildren, and two great-grandsons.

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Maurice and Camilla Bernard of Clearwater celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a Mass and Renewal of Vows at St. Cecelia Catholic Church, Clearwater, performed by the Rev. Raphael Kilumanga, followed by brunch at the Belleview Biltmore Hotel with family and friends. The couple plan to spend a few weeks traveling through western Europe with family next summer.

The Bernards were married July 26, 1958, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, New Brunswick, Canada.

They came here in 1968 from Ontario, Canada, and have lived in the area ever since.

He was a mechanical engineer and worked 20 years in various capacities for Square D Co. before retiring in 1997.

She was a high school teacher and accounting secretary.

They have a daughter, Michelle Bernard.

The couple are members of St. Cecelia Catholic Church, Clearwater.

They love to travel and have visited 45 countries. Mrs. Bernard collects lighthouses from around the world, and the couple have spent nights in keeper's houses around the country.

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William and Donna Owen of Largo celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a two-week cruise to South America through the Panama Canal, then with family at a gathering in St. Louis.

They were married Sept. 27, 1958, in Waukegan, Ill., and came here in 1985 from Neenah, Wis.

He worked 30 years in food service sales and management.

She is a registered nurse and worked more than 16 years at Bay Pines VA Healthcare System.

They attend Starkey Road Baptist Church, Seminole and are board members of International Missionary Fellowship, serving the people of northwest Haiti.

Mr. Owen belongs to Uptown Clowns of Largo.

Mrs. Owen is chapter leader of Pinellas County's Nurses For Christ.

They have four children, and seven grandchildren.

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Robert and Frances Moore of Largo were married Sept. 27, 1958, at St. Joseph's of the Palisades, West New York, N.J. and celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Las Vegas.

Mr. Moore was a technician and worked 22 years for the Dall Corporation in New Jersey.

Mrs. Moore worked 19 years in food service at Anona Elementary School.

They came here in 1970 from Guttenberg, N.J.

The Moores are members of St. Patrick Catholic Church, Largo.

They enjoy music, both at home and in concert.

The couple have four children, and four grandchildren.

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Dunedin couple mark 60th anniversary with cruise 09/30/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, October 1, 2008 4:59pm]
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