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Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale (Mary) Parrillo, Susquehanna, pictured above, celebrated their seventieth wedding anniversary recently at Barnes-Kasson SNF, Susquehanna.
Mary (Mollica) and Pasquale (Pat) were married on August 24, 1936 at St. John’s Church in Susquehanna. Prior to their retirement, Pat worked as a tractor operator at E.L.R.R. and Mary was employed by the A & P Store in Susquehanna.
Family and friends in attendance were their son, Michael and Janet Parrillo, Endicott, NY; brother, Lou Parrillo and Mary Ficarro, Susquehanna; sister-in-law, Mrs. Alphonse (Alice) Parrillo, Kirkwood, NY; niece, Diane Armetta-Walsh and Jim, Susquehanna; and Audrey LaHoda, Kirkwood, NY.
Congratulations, Mary and Pat!
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