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Anniversaries

By Times Staff Writer
Published February 3, 2008


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The Dziedzics

Robert and Deanna Dziedzic celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends at a surprise party at their daughter's home. They were married Feb.1, 1958, and came here in 1997 from Milwaukee.

Mrs. Dziedzic worked as a cashier in a grocery store. Mr. Dziedzic worked in a steel foundry. They have two children and a granddaughter.

The Hagbergs

Rod and Joann Hagberg celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Graceland and a family dinner hosted by their sons. They were married Nov. 23, 1957, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, St. Petersburg. She is a St. Petersburg native. He came here from Miami.

Mrs. Hagberg is a retired registered nurse. Mr. Hagberg retired from GTE and is a Navy veteran of the Korean War. They are members of Hope Lutheran Church and have three children and four grandchildren.

The Pinks

Ben and Betty Pink celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a barbecue on Indian Rocks Beach with family. They were married Jan. 10, 1948, at Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Superior, Wis., and moved to Seminole 20 years ago.

Mrs. Pink was a registered nurse and director of nurses at Chaffey's Nursing Home, Superior. Mr. Pink retired as a Douglas County, Wis., social worker.

They are members of Calvary Episcopal Church in Indian Rocks Beach and have two children and five grandsons.

[Last modified February 3, 2008, 00:10:08]


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