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Lopez’s celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary
Carlos and Nelly Lopez, of Palm Coast, will be celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary Dec. 8. The couple has two children, Vincent Lopez and Bernice Lopez, both graduates of Flagler Palm Coast High School. The couple both look forward to celebrating their occasion with family and friends.
Felix Reyes celebrated his 90th birthday Nov. 22, with friends and family at Palm Coast Bible Church.
Reyes is a U.S. Army World War II Veteran. He was born in Humacao, Puerto Rico, in 1922, and moved to New York City after the war.
Reyes is a widower and lives with his daughter. He attends Palm Coast Adult Day Care.
Walker, Williams say ‘I do’ on Nov. 16
Sherry Williams and Dennis Walker, both of Palm Coast, married Nov. 16, at Birdsong Barn, in Titusville.
Family was a big part of the wedding, with Sherry’s brother, Gary Adams, acting as pastor of the marriage ceremony. Sherry’s daughter, Jordan, and son, Chandler, were in the wedding, and Dennis’ daughter, Tatum, and Sherry’s granddaughter, Kaylee, acted as dual flower girls.
Sabrina and Eugene Berkovich, of Palm Coast, welcomed a baby girl, Sophie, 7:58 a.m. Nov. 4. She weighed six-pounds, 11-ounces and was 20.5-inches long.
Christina and Timothy Udell welcomed a six-pound, three-ounce baby girl 8:32 a.m. Nov. 19.*
Rachel and Michael Xifaras, of Palm Coast, welcomed an eight-pound, two-ounce baby 2:24 p.m. Nov. 19.*
*Source: Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center
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