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Bob and Ruth Crislip, formerly of Tallmadge, Ohio, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a reception at the First Christian Church of Tarpon Springs.

They were married Aug. 26, 1950, at Goodyear Heights Baptist Church in Akron, Ohio.

Their daughter Carol Salter and her husband, Glenn, live in Tallmadge, a son Col. Scott Crislip and his wife, Jil, live in Springboro, Ohio. Their family also includes: a grandson, Capt. Justin Salter and his wife, Heather, at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, granddaughters Bethany and Jenna Crislip also of Springboro and great-granddaughters Karly and Hannah Salter of Oklahoma City.

He retired from Air Craft Braking Systems in Akron. They have lived in Holiday since 1991.

They are members of First Christian Church of Tarpon Springs.

MUG Peter and Zina Zammit

The Zammits

NEW PORT RICHEY _ Peter and Zina Zammit of New Port Richey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a noon Mass Aug. 5 at Our Lady of the Woods in Woodhaven, Mich., where they renewed their wedding vows.

A reception and dinner were hosted by their children at Riverside Banquet in Wyandotte, Mich. A seven-day Caribbean cruise is planned in September with their children and 10 grandchildren.

Their children are a son Charles and his wife, Debbie, of Blountstown, Mich., a son Peter and his wife, Melissa, also of Blountstown, a son Steve and his wife, Kathy, of Sterling Heights, Mich., and a daughter Joan Beaudoin and her husband, Jim, of Hamburg, Mich.

The couple married Aug. 5, 1950, at St. Paul's Church in Detroit.

Before retiring, he was a tool and die maker for Ford Motor Co. at the Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Mich. She worked as a sales associate for Sears in Lincoln Park, Mich., and for JCPenney at Gulfview Mall in Port Richey.

They are members of the Gulf Harbors Civic Association and Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church in New Port Richey. Their hobbies are walking, exercising, playing cards and bingo.

MUG Glenn and Ethel Streett

The Streetts

BAYONET POINT _ Glenn and Ethel Streett of Beacon Woods celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at a tea with relatives and friends at Only the Best in downtown New Port Richey.

The couple married Aug. 31, 1940, at Sanford Heights Presbyterian Church in Irvington, N.J.

Their children are a daughter Dr. Susan E. Hughes of Knoxville, Tenn., a son G. Wayne of Jacksonville and a daughter Sallie D. Skipper of New Port Richey. Their grandchildren are Bambi Hughes of Walland, Tenn., Christopher Streett of Jacksonville, Dr. Lynn Skipper Coveney of Gainesville and Wendy L. Skipper and Stephen B. Skipper, both of New Port Richey. They have four great-grandchildren.

The Streetts moved to Bayonet Point from Jacksonville 20 years ago. Before retiring, he was employed by Prudential Insurance Co. She was a hospital volunteer at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville and later at RMC in Hudson.

He was an officer and served in the U.S. Army in World War II.

_ Are you celebrating a 50th or greater anniversary? Contact Carolyn Hopkins, Pasco Times, 11321 U.S. 19, Port Richey 34668. Photos are welcome but cannot be returned.