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MORNING STAR • jANuARy 15 - 21, 2009

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People

Don’t just dream about it,

come and see it! Phil and Phillys Livingston

Livingstons celebrate 60 years Phil and Phillys Livingston celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on New Year’s Eve. They celebrated with their three sons and daughters-in-law and their six grandchildren. Their oldest son, Col. Thaddeus Livingston, USAF-Retired and now a commercial pilot, came with his wife, Katherine, from Mt. Holly, N.J., with their daughter, Caroline Grace, and her husband, Rob Alesiani, both graduates of Rutgers University. Their son, Thaddeus Andrew Livingston, came in from Anchorage where he is a student at Alaska Pacific University. Their second son, Major Philip Livingston, USAF-Retired and now a pilot with FedEx, came with his wife, Karen, from Magnolia and their daughter, Jean Louise, a student at the University of Toledo, and their son, Philip, a senior at Caesar Rodney High School. Their third son, Capt. Keith Livingston of Seaford, and his wife, Katherine, a teacher at Laurel High School, came with their two sons, Schuyler, a student at Del Tech, and Robert, a student at the Sussex Academy of Arts and Sciences, Georgetown. Phil, a former special agent with the FBI and past commodore of the Nanticoke River Yacht Club, is a high school substitute teacher. He is concert chairman for the Seaford Community Concert Association. Phillys is a former nursery school di-

rector in both New Orleans and New York and founder of The Quilt Patch in Locust Valley, N.Y. Both have been active in the Lutheran churches where they resided in Ohio, Indiana, Chicago, New Orleans, New York and locally, and both remain active in the Woodland Ferry Association. Phil, a pilot, has taken numerous aerial photos for this paper. The couple was married New Year’s eve 1948 at the Church of the Redeemer Episcopal in Merrick, Long Island, N.Y., at a candlelight service during a blizzard.

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