Couple Celebrates 65 Years of Marriage

Katherine and Teribio Cuono of West Bangor celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Dec. 26, 2013 with their family, including daughter Priscilla deLeon of Lower Saucon Township.

Katherine and Teribio Cuono of West Bangor celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Dec. 26, 2013 with their family.

Mrs. Cuono is the daughter of the late Guiseppe (Joseph) Sr. and Maria Guiseppa (Carrescia) Cerino, who lived in Bangor. She retired from the garment industry in 1988. Mr. Cuono is the son of the late John Sr. and Madalena (Nicoletti) Cuono, who lived in West Bangor. He retired in 1987 after 36 years in the garment industry. He served in the 5th Air Force Army in the South Pacific during World War II.

The couple were married on Dec. 26, 1948, in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, Roseto, by the late Rev. Joseph Ducci. Mrs. Cuono, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. A headdress of seed pearls held her fingertip veil, and she carried gardenias and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor was dressed in an aqua taffeta gown with matching Juliet cap. She carried white chrysanthemums. The flower girl’s frock was white satin. She wore a matching headpiece and carried white carnations. Members of the bridal party were the best man, the late Mr. Angelo Cuono, the groom’s brother; the maid of honor, the late Mrs. Marie (Visingaldi) Albanese; and the flower girl, Mrs. Cecilia (Cascioli) Oliver. They were longtime members of St. Roch’s Catholic Church in West Bangor.

The Cuonos have three daughters: Priscilla, wife of Leon deLeon of Lower Saucon Township; Briedella, wife of Dennis Fehr of Pen Argyl; and Lori, wife of Edward Imparato of Cheyney. They also have three granddaughters: Myra Fehr; Krista, wife of Jason Evans; and Tresa Imparato; one grandson: Edward Imparato; three great-grandsons: Brian, William and James Evans; and three great-granddaughters: Katherine, Ella and Madelynn Evans.

Note: Announcement and photos contributed by Priscilla deLeon.


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