, Salem, MA


September 15, 2012

Stephen & Doma Ingemi

September 1, 1952

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Ingemi celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on September 1, 2012. Stephen & Doma where married at St. Lazarus church in East Boston, MA in 1952. Stephen is a life time Salem resident, WWII veteran, former Salem policeman, and owner of Steve's Quality Market. Doma was a seamstress for Filene's of Boston and Pearl's of Salem. They now enjoy spending time with family, friends, and their eight grandchildren.

The couple celebrated their anniversary with their children, Jodie Fenton and her husband Paul, Stephen Ingemi, Peter Ingemi and his wife Debbi, Marie Buckley and her husband Jim, and Ann Kapoll and her husband David, and their grandchildren Patrick Fenton, Sean Fenton, Maryann Taggart and her husband Ian, Peter Ingemi Jr., Ami Ingemi, James Ingemi, Allison Kapoll and Elaine Kapoll. Their children along with all their grandchildren want to wish Steve and Doma many, many more happy and healthy days of marriage!

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